Slide-Winter season 2022-23
Giulia Zompa is a remaining year Ph.D. Pupil in Modern Art Background at the University of Milan (Italy). Her doctoral exploration focuses on the Italian creative scenario amongst the 1980s and 1990s getting into thought, as a case examine, what occurred at the exhibition degree in the city of Milan.
Giulia finished her scientific studies at the University of Florence and at the University of Milan, in which she acquired her BA and MA degrees cum laude. Her recent interest in this new Italian artwork scene is similar to her master’s degree thesis (defended in March 2020) entitled “Young Italian Art “in Milan (1984-1986). Her publications are devoted to those people key analysis matters (Artwork of the 1980s and 1990s, historical past of exhibitions) but she is also certainly interested in the neo-avantgardes of the 1960s and 1970s. She actively collaborates with the Division of Art Heritage and Criticism at the University of Milan keeping lectures and seminars. During the previous years, Giulia has also collaborated with diverse galleries. Additionally, from Oct 2021, she is the Founder and Director of Micro_Mosso, a cultural venture that shares and promotes present-day artwork with meetings and Schooling Lab.
As a fellow at CIMA, Giulia will focus on meaning and position of playfulness in Bruno Munari’s activity. Bruno Munari has dedicated a massive aspect of his imaginative exercise to the act of actively playing: from the development of children’s games and ‘game-books’ to the improvement of academic workshops that put participating in at the coronary heart of a new technique. Giulia will endeavor to trace the evolution of Munari’s tactic to the concept throughout his occupation, outlining the characteristics that exhibit continuity and those that signal improve. What’s more, she will examine the feasible cultural references that have fostered Munari’s desire in engage in and the progressive recognition of its opportunity social function.