The research led by Delphi's method collaborated with 11 leading experts of the sectors and provided a rich array of results that we believe should be made public during a specific scientific conference.
The results of "Cultura 2030" research were discussed and made public during a scientific conference that took place on the 9th and 10th of October at chamber's "Nuova Aula dei Gruppi Parlamentari" in four panels:
- The future of humanities culture
- The future of scientific culture
- The future of social culture
- The future of virtual culture
Every topic has been addressed by the cultural sector's leading experts of the sectors who were asked to comment the results and enrich it with their detailed proposal.
On Friday the 14th of December at 16.00 p.m. at MACRO in Via Nizza, the research will be revisited with an in-depth focus on digital art, together with some of the major experts of the sector.
Introduction: Domenico De Masi
Moderator: Gianluca Del Gobbo & Carlo Infante
Salvatore Iaconesi and Oriana Persico (HER - Human Ecosystem Relations)
Data and artificial intelligence as cultural artifacts
Caterina Tomeo (Curator)
Luca Ruzza (Art and Performance, La Sapienza)
Gregorio De Luca Comandini (Artist/None)
The creative productions
Closing: Luigi Gallo (Chamber)
What the artists brings