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Veranstaltungen Monte Verità

Am Monte Verità werden zwei Veranstaltungsreihen (im Frühjahr und im Herbst) angeboten, die sich gleichermassen an die Bewohner der Region wie an Feriengäste richten. Das Angebot umfasst die folgenden Themenschwerpunkte:

Der Austausch zwischen den verschiedenen Verbänden und Einrichtungen, die noch heute auf die Strahlkraft dieses "genius loci" ausgerichtet sind, stellt den Dreh- und Angelpunkt des Programms dar. Dabei entwickelt die Stiftung anspruchsvolle Kulturprojekte in Zusammenarbeit mit Einrichtungen, die in Ascona selbst angesiedelt sind, wie dem Museum für moderne Kunst, der Fondazione Eranos, dem San-Materno-Theater, dem Museum Epper, der Stadtbibliothek von Ascona, den Brissago-Inseln, aber auch mit dem Anwesen "La Barca" in Valle Onsernone, dem Museum Rietberg in Zürich, und dem Paul Getty Institute in Los Angeles, um nur einige zu nennen. Das verbindende Element des Kulturangebots ist das Motiv der "Suche", welches die Menschen bereits seit über hundert Jahren zum Monte Verità führt.

19 Oktober 2019
10.00 - 17.30

Mundaneum: East an West in the Global World

"Mundaneum"- from the name chosen by Le Corbusier and Otlet for a world cultural centre located in Geneva - is the title of a series of events dedicated to the transformations of the global world and the challenges that affect it; a meeting place for different disciplines, a public laboratory of ideas to know and understand the present. The seminar day on “The Gordian Knot. East and West in the Global World”, this year at its second edition, starts from the awareness of how the relation between East and West—perhaps the deepest structure in the history of the world—has always been marked by conflicts between irreconcilable political and religious orders, but also by economic exchanges and cultural hybridizations, which have been so decisive as to generate an authentic “knot” between the opposites. More essentially, the East has always provided the West with a specular paradigm with respect to which to formulate—by difference or antithesis, by analogy or mimesis—its own identity. In two writings from the 1950s collected in a book entitled, The Gordian Knot, Ernst Jünger and Carl Schmitt initiated a profound debate on the subject. In their eyes, the Cold War represented the last figure in the epic struggle between Asia and Europe, and therefore offered a unique opportunity to measure the destinies of the earth. Our world, the global world, begins, however, with the end of that historical order and with a general reformulation of the “knot” and its implications. Today it is increasingly difficult to define what the West is, and Europe’s position in the world has become highly problematic, while the East is going through, in political and economic terms, a phase of unprecedented historical metamorphosis. After September 11, the structure of the Eastern-Western plexus has become more complex than ever, and certainly no less conflictual than in the past. Philosophical, political, sociological, and psychological thoughts are therefore called upon to measure themselves against this structural change, starting with some fundamental questions: What is the “West” today? Is the “East” still productive of identity for Europe? Where do the boundaries between the two worlds pass? What hegemonic designs are confronted on the international level? The original “knot” has become, in the present age, a “knot of knots”, each of which represents a global challenge to be understood.

 

Program

09:45-10:00: Registration

10:00-10:15: Fabio Merlini (Eranos Foundation, Ascona): Introduction

10:15-10:30: Matteo Vegetti (Accademia di Architettura, Mendrisio): “Il nodo di Gordio. Oriente e Occidente nel mondo globale”

10:30-12:00: Lucio Caracciolo (LUISS "Guido Carli", Rome): “Perché l’Europa non esiste. Usi e abusi di un mito geopolitico”

12:00-12:30: Discussion

12:30-14:00: Lunch

14:00-15:30: Whenzi Zhang (Center for Zhouyi & Ancient Chinese Philosophy, Shandong University, China): "La filosofia dell’I Ching (Il libro dei mutamenti) — Un possibile approccio per sciogliere il nodo tra Cina e Occidente”

15:30-17:00: Heyong Shen (Institute of Analytical Psychology, City University of Macau / School of Psychology, South China Normal University): “Occidente e Oriente. Il nodo, il cuore, il significato: la prospettiva della psicologia del cuore”

17:00-17:30 Discussion

17:30-18:00: Appetizer

 

Organized by Eranos Foundation

25 Oktober 2019
18.30

The Bauhaus Group

Il critico d’arte statunitense Nicholas Fox Weber, direttore della Josef and Anni Albers Foundation, presenta “ The Bauhaus Group”, libro in cui racconta le vicende artistiche dei grandi Maestri del Bauhaus: Anni e Josef Albers, Paul Klee, Vasilij Kandinskij, Walter Gropius e Ludwig Mies van der Rohe. La storia del pensiero degli artisti si intreccia con il racconto della loro vita personale. L’autore non è solo uno dei maggiori studiosi del movimento, ma è stato amico e confidente di Anni e Josef Albers e ha raccolto dalla voce degli ultimi Bauhausler le riflessioni, gli aneddoti e le memorie di un’epoca eccezionale. Fox Weber dialogherà con Carole Haensler, Direttrice Bellinzona Musei e co-curatrice della mostra Josef Albers. Anatomia di Omaggio al Quadrato, in programma dal 28 settembre 2019 al 2 febbraio 2020.
Lingua italiana, partecipazione gratuita

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