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Fifteen years ago, Museion opened to the public for the first time as an extraterrestrial capsule offered to the city of Bolzano, Italy by Manifesta 7. However, three years ago, under the new curatorial light of its director, Bart van der Heide, and curator Leonie Radine, along with a young capable team, the enterprise seemed to take off to the infinitude of hopeful whims and political visions. Since then, Museion has seen a consistent shift in trajectory configured to be a triennial project titled TECHNO HUMANITIES (2021-2023), which inquires into new epistemologies conjured by technological progress, economy, and ecologies. The multidisciplinary program unfolded in the past years through two exhibitions: TECHNO, on the community of resistance found in rave cultures, and Kingdom of the Ill, on the power dynamics that constitute a healthy and productive body or an unhealthy, unproductive one. Together, these shows have discovered new orbits, not only for Museion, but also for all of the communities and artists who gravitate around it.
Fifteen years ago, Museion opened to the public for the first time as an extraterrestrial capsule offered to the city of Bolzano, Italy by Manifesta 7. However, three years ago, under the new curatorial light of its director, Bart van der Heide, and curator Leonie Radine, along with a young capable team, the enterprise seemed to take off to the infinitude of hopeful whims and political visions. Since then, Museion has seen a consistent shift in trajectory configured to be a triennial project titled TECHNO HUMANITIES (2021-2023), which inquires into new epistemologies conjured by technological progress, economy, and ecologies. The multidisciplinary program unfolded in the past years through two exhibitions: TECHNO, on the community of resistance found in rave cultures, and Kingdom of the Ill, on the power dynamics that constitute a healthy and productive body or an unhealthy, unproductive one. Together, these shows have discovered new orbits, not only for Museion, but also for all of the communities and artists who gravitate around it.
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