Alessandro Mininno, co-founder and partner of Gummy Industries (Social Media), held a lecture titled "The author is my friend - Social powered creativity". The lecture took place at Fabrica on 23 November 2012.
EVIDENCE investigates the relationship between children and television. Hypnotized, almost catatonic, children lay all at an indefinite point in space. The eyes do not move, breathing seems absent. The property anguish of videodependence. What a terrible scene they will be looking at? Walt Disney's Dumbo.
PHILIP GLASS. AT 75
23 November 2012, at 9.00pm
Auditorium Parco della Musica - Sala Sinopoli
A Fondazione Musica per Roma and Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia coproduction, in collaboration with RomaEuropa Festival.
Today the UN celebrate Universal Children's Day. Fabrica produced two videos for this observance. Moreover, this is the occasion to welcome to the Live Windows network a new member: Södertörn University from Stockholm, Sweden. Children are sitting on a globe and their dreams and wishes populate the earth and shape the future. All videos are endorsed by UNRIC (United Nations Regional Information Centre) and featured both in www.unric.org and in the UN YouTube Channel.
To see the videos: http://www.livewindow.it/?k=216
Angel on the right, one of the film of Fabrica Cinema collection, enriches the event titled "A Oriente! Al cinema lungo la Via della Seta". Screenings on November 20 and 21 at Palazzo delle Esposizioni in Rome and on November 27 at Cinema Lumiére in Bologna.
Omar Vulpinari, head of Visual Communication at Fabrica, held the final speech entitled "Design of Social Communication" at the conference organized by Architecture for Humanity, a humanitarian organization co-founded by Cameron Sinclair dedicated to find solutions architecture to address the humanitarian crisis, providing professional services to communities in need. He also held a lecture at the California College of Art, titled "Posters for global social impact by Fabrica", explaining the communication design principles behind a poster for global social impact, through the recent posters of Fabrica.