Fabrice Hyber 9th October 2021 h 11:00 a.m.

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The project will include a permanent intervention in the area of No Man’s Land, already the host of many permanent installations, and open for free to all (365 days a year around the clock) with particular attention to didactic aspects. An intervention will be made on a centuries-old oak tree by inserting among its branches a very colourful DNA chain. Simultaneously, the artist will make a large-scale ceramic piece for the Loreto Aprutino Ceramic Museum (legal office of the No Man’s Land Foundation) setting off a series of proposals of ceramic works by contemporary artists.
At the round table the following day, biologists, neurologists, agriculturists, architects, art historians and writers will be invited to discuss the impact of nature on the future of our world.

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