ArchaeaBot at the 23rd Triennale Milano International

ArchaeaBot: A Post Climate Change, Post Singularity Life-form will be part of the Unknown Unknowns exhibition at the 23rd Triennale Milano International Exhibition which runs from 15th July to 11th December 2022, with the opening on the 13th and 14th of July 2022.

The exhibition, curated by Ersilia Vaudo (astrophysicist and chief diversity officer of the European Space Agency), will be the nerve center of the 23rd International Exhibition. An area whose boundaries will be hazy and permeable, and that will present more than a hundred works, projects and installations by international artists, researchers and designers dealing with the unknown.

Unknown Unknowns will address a series of themes including: gravity, seen as “the greatest designer”, an artisan that tirelessly shapes the universe to which we belong; maps, systems by which trajectories and routes are determined; the new challenges facing architecture, that is opening itself up to brand new prospects such as how to live in extraterrestrial space; and, ultimately, the mysteries linked to deep space.

The themed show will include four special commissions that Triennale has handed to the Japanese artist Yuri Suzuki, the Italian designer Irene Stracuzzi, the US architects’ collective SOM, and the Turkish-American artist Refik Anadol.