JOIN AND PARTICIPATE AT THE FIRST
REBIRTH FORUM BUDAPEST, HUNGARY 2019!
Forum Time: 10 AM – 3 PM
Location: Európa Pont, Millenáris, Lövőház u. 35, 1024 Budapest, Hungary
Contact e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the rebirth?
Rebirth springs from Michelangelo Pistoletto’s two-decade-long experience with the Cittadellarte workshop of art and society, which combines the creative powers of art with science, technology, economics and politics and brings them to bear on every sector of our lives.
Michelangelo Pistoletto has developed a formula of creation. This consists of the principle enunciated with the Theorem of Trinamics defining the phenomenon of creation through the symbol of the triple circle. The triple circle represents the synthesis between thesis and antithesis, and thus the equilibrium (the central circle) that emerges from the interaction of opposing forces (the two outer circles).
Rebirth is the dynamics of the number three. It is the combination of two units that gives rise to a third distinct and new unit. The triple circle is a symbol of birth or rebirth, which takes place through the fortuitous or deliberate combination of two subjects, objects or concepts, like the positive and negative poles that produce electricity, like the male and female that generate a new person, like the fusion of oxygen and hydrogen that produce water and like the totalitarianism and anarchy between which democracy has developed.
What is the third paradise?
In essence, Third Paradise states that while the first paradise was defined by a harmonious coexistence with nature (Adam and Eve), the second is determined by the achievements of the technical revolution the world is experiencing, and its progress. The third paradise must then be a fusion of the former two. Therefore, we should make an effort to create a new type of harmony, in order for this sort of ‘paradise state’ to exist: though nature is a given, we no longer live in harmony with it, meanwhile technological advancement is at a point where it can make people’s lives on earth easier, more comfortable, and more enjoyable.
About the forum
Hosted at the Európa Pont, the forum will accommodate one hundred people, selected for their valued expertise and impactful activities in the local area.
In particular, all guests are invited to discuss and share their practices, carried out on the territory of Hungary, on ten themes inspired by the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs that the member states of the United Nations have set out to include in their political agenda until 2030). These ten themes emerge from a mapping exercise to be carried out by the organizers as a preliminary activity following the application process.
The event aims to raise awareness on the issue of sustainability by creating a network of people active in the area and to propose new dynamics to enrich society and place of Hungary as an example of a sustainable country.
Facilitated by the artist and project ambassadors, the Forum will grow up organically during the event in relation with the dialogue of the participants. The methodology includes thematic working table sessions where to explore and set a program of actions to be achieved over the next 12 months.
Sustainable development goals
Please confirm your attendance before August 31, 2019 and fill out the form below to start the application process:
Be aware that participation is intended for the 3 days of the entire event consistently with the aim of sharing a horizontally engaging practice.
Although the program is based on each participant’s contribution as an individual in terms of knowledge, experience, skills, attitude and overall potential, it is highly recommended that participants take part also on the grounds of an explicit approval issued from their respective organisation, in order to allow for a more structured follow-up and implementation of the wider program.
If you need further information, please don’t hesitate to contact us at email@example.com.
About the organizers
Curators / Project Ambassadors:
Nicole Loeser, Director, Whiteconcepts Gallery, Berlin
Lilla Boros, International and Exhibitor Relations, Art Market Budapest