Atti Democratici is an inquiry into the relationship between art and democracy developed by a network of artists, designers, curators and theorists. The project unfolds in a series of performances and films, a poster exhibition in urban space, a round table and a free-press journal on the basic principles of the Italian Constitution. Lupo Burtscher realised the visual identity of the project and conceived and designed the free-press newspaper Volare O O.

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Volare O O

Volare O O analyses the foundations of the Italian Constitution and compares them with the reality they endeavor to regulate. Volare O O comprises several issues of a free-press journal, which visualise a selection of the first twelve articles in the form of interviews, comments, discussions and images. The journal aims to investigate the prospects of Italian democracy and its founding principles. It is a tool for making the Italian constitution more generally known and exploring its meanings and values in depth, in consideration of the important social, political and economic changes of our days.

Client

LOSS – Laboratorio Operativo Sistemi Sensibili, Lungomare

Year

2009

Curators

Angelika Burtscher, Daniele Lupo, Luigi Coppola, Judith Wielander

Photo documentation

Luca Meneghel