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360° storytelling_Strategies to create Virtual Reality tours
06.04.19 - 06.04.19
time : 10:00 - 18:00

Immersing yourself 360° means sharing an experience. A story becomes interactive, with the reader as its protagonist. 

Taking the 5 Ws of the VR/AR Association as a starting point, the workshop looks at useful strategies, platforms and techniques for enriching your website and/or blog with the creation of a personalized virtual tour. A practical workshop to get to grips with building a storyboard, using a 360° camera and editing in Google Tour Creator and, step by step, grasping the elements that make up a narrative. A personalised virtual tour is, after all, a digital narrative, an experience which, when integrated into various multimedia contents (text, audio, video, pdf, etc.), can prove particularly useful from a teaching and business perspective.

Outline of the day's programme What we mean by personalised virtual tour Differences between a Google Virtual tour and a personalised virtual tour The 5 Ws of the VR/AR Association Reasons for and methods of inserting a virtual tour into your marketing strategy Features of the ThingLink and Google Tour Creator platforms Examples of virtual tours Practice in building a storyboard and creating 360° photos and videos for editing on Google Tour Creator and the integration of multimedia content

The workshop is aimed at teachers, social media managers, professionals and students looking to try out platforms and new forms of storytelling.

The teacher Simonetta Pozzi  is a social media marketing and corporate storytelling consultant and coach (in particular in narrative tools and platforms). After accruing considerable corporate experience in the role of PM and coach at Corporate University, she worked on internal organisational storytelling projects for national banking institutions and specialised in fashion and food storytelling for national and international companies with a focus on VR storytelling and AR. She is a member of the AIF Piemonte (Associazione italiana formatori) Directive and is a professional coach as well as a practising member of the Osservatorio di Storytelling.


Info 6 April 10am – 6pm The workshop will be confirmed upon reaching a minimum of 5 participants. Fee: 120 euros
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BASE and Ventura Future_Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 09:30 - 20:00
  Chiming perfectly with BASE’s identity, the partnership with Ventura Projects - synonymous with experimentation and innovative ideas on the design scene - will bring the Ventura Future project to the Ex-Ansaldo complex. Covering 3,500 square metres spread over two floors, this is a chance to discover the best design talents from all over the world, featuring projects from the top international design academies and universities, and highly creative studios and brands, for a glimpse of the new frontiers in contemporary design. The exhibition project will also involve casaBASE, BASE Milano’s design hostel / artists’ residence, which will become a guesthouse for some of the designers taking part, as well as a place for them to work on, display, and present their projects to the public. Another central point of Design Week at BASE will be the portineria at the entrance to the ex-Ansaldo complex, set to be transformed into a Design Confessional, created in collaboration with Ventura Projects. The BASE portineria, which was presented at last year’s Fuorisalone as a prototype of urban regeneration and has since become a daily information hub for the city and the ex-Ansaldo community, will turn into a full-on confessional dedicated to design, a place in which to ask all those unanswered questions and seek advice from a few distinguished “high priests” of design, some of the most influential figures in the industry. The main issues: urban solutions, manufacturing 4.0 and the designer-industry relationship. The project was launched with the aim of establishing a path dedicated to the new culture of learning in order to accrue knowledge and know-how capable of responding to the requirements and changes at play in the creative sector. The confessionals will be realised alongside the Officina Grafica (graphics workshop) at Super – Scuola Superiore d’Arte Applicata del Castello Sforzesco.      

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Un-Learn / Re-Learn _ BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 09:30 - 20:00
  Future and learning are the overarching themes for Fuorisalone in 2019. In addition to the collaboration with Ventura Projects, BASE is presenting an exhibition entitled Un-Learn / Re-Learn. A de-instructional round up of installations and experiences designed by an array of different yet complementary thinkers, artists, innovators and designers for an interactive itinerary packed with questions, installations, talks, and experiences created by Italo Rota with Marco Cadioli, Salottobuono, Cittadellarte - Fondazione Pistoletto, Stefano Mirti and Super - Scuola Superiore d'Arte Applicata del Castello Sforzesco, to name just a few. UN-LEARN / RE-LEARN. A shape-shifting exhibition. By day providing an opportunity to delve into the transformations presented and ponder the questions posed by the designers on show, making way for unexpected perspectives and connections. At dusk there will be time to unwind, allow ideas to settle, make space for discussion and debate, and call into question everything that has so far been learnt and unlearnt. To top off the experience there will also be a programme made up of conversations, talks and workshops to invite interaction with the public. In the evening the space will open up, with music filling BASE’s covered piazza and informal networking sessions getting underway. In addition to Un-Learn / Re-Learn and the Ventura Future exhibition, BASE will present two prototypes to the public: the Design Confession and Officina BASE.    
Info 9 - 14 April Tickets available online at Mailticket. There is an entry fee of 5 euros which provides access to the Ventura Future and BASE exhibitions, as well as the evening events throughout Milano Design Week, from 9 to 14 April. Why is there an entry fee? Press preview: Monday 8 April from 10am to 7pm Opening hours - Exhibition spaces: Tuesday 9 April: 9.30am – 8pm Wednesday 10 April: 9.30am – 10pm Thursday 11, Friday 12 and Saturday 13 April: 9.30am – 8pm Sunday 14 April: 9.30am – 6pm With a musical line-up to follow in the evenings, curated by BASE Milano.  
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Open Sound Session_BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 10:00 - 03:00
RE-DESIGNING MUSIC IDENTITIES Every day from Tuesday 9 to Saturday 13 April, from dusk till 3 at night, double dancefloor:
  • In the courtyard from 8pm to 1am: DJ set with a crescendo of ambient, new world, drone, house and tribal.
  • Inside BASE Milano’s industrial spaces, a huge sound system pumping out bass music and techno.
LINE UP DAY BY DAY: Tuesday 9/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Iacopo Vocci 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance Wednesday 10/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm DaDi etro (live) 11pm-1am Luwei Thursday 11/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Velasco 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance LOUNGE 11pm-1am go-Dratta 1-3am Alioscia Bisceglia Friday 12/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Pablito el drito (RXSTNZ) 11pm-1am Luwei LOUNGE 11pm-12am Ltd Colours (Glome Sound / Circular Jaw / Orbiter-ORBTR) 12-1am DJ Vietnam (FU.ME / Orbiter-ORBTR) 1-3am Think'd (Antistandard Recs / Lounge Squatt / PURE WOOL Garden 1993) Saturday 13/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Hausmann (AAC.live / Adventures), Hypertone (Antistandard Recs) 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance LOUNGE 11pm-1am TAGLIABUE 1-2am Protopapa (Eurocrash) 2-3am SocksLove (Eurocrash) The nights are linked with UN-LEARN // RE-LEARN, BASE's investigative exhibition for Design Week.
  •  UN-LEARN.
Forget everything you thought you knew about the distance between dance genres: music is a living creature, constantly changing shape and flitting between dance halls, dancefloors, the streets, radio waves and the web
  •  RE-LEARN WHILE DANCING.
Techno, ambient, house, new world music, drone, bass, ambient, minimal, tribal. Where are the boundaries between dance genres? Do they still make sense? Try it out for yourself, get your body moving on the BASE dancefloor. Brought to you by Music Innovation Hub, think tank and music production company set up in 2018 in BASE.  ** From April 9th to 14th, BASE background music by MIH and Antistandard Records.**
The experiment in deconstructing and reconstructing musical identities continues during the day with the Open Sound Session installation #2 as part of BASE Milano’s UN-LEARN // RE-LEARN exhibition, where the public can enjoy mixing sounds dating back thousands of years with electronic beats and digital bases, demolishing the segregation between traditional and contemporary music, between pop and folk, acoustic and electronic, chamber music and dance, urban and country. The Open Sound Session sounds belong to the Open Sound sonic library, a collection of samples captured during the Lucan explorations conducted by the Open Sound Festival curatorial ensemble: cowbells, electric guitars, bagpipes, cupa-cupa, digital beats and arbëreshë singing. All the sounds are open source, non-proprietary, choral, and collective, generated with self-built instruments and made available online to artists all over the world for remixes or live sessions. The Open Sound Session in Milan is a preview of Open Sound Festival, an advanced experiment in musical cross-pollination, a rave, folk festival and street parade all in one. Coming late summer 2019 to Matera, European Capital of Culture 2019.
Info 9 – 14 April Tickets available online at Mailticket. The 5 euro entry fee provides access to the Ventura Future and BASE exhibitions, as well as the evening events throughout Milano Design Week, from 9 - 14 April. Why is there an entry fee?
design
Design Confession
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 15:00 - 18:00
  EVERYTHING you always wanted to know about Design Work (but were afraid to ask) A designer’s road to creative fulfilment is strewn with often self-inflicted hurdles, alibis constructed to avoid moving forward with projects, and ideas mulled over for ages, lacking the courage needed to bring them to life. That’s why the BASE Milano portineria, located at the entrance to the ex-Ansaldo complex, will broaden its purview as an information hub by introducing the ‘Design Confession’: a full-on confessional dedicated to design, a place in which to ask all those unanswered questions, confess your “creative strife”, secrets of the trade, (im)possible dreams, regrets, second thoughts, hurdles and alibis. The Design Confession is a place where knowledge, techniques, and problem solving (both mystical and practical) get an airing. Just through the grate, ready to offer guidance, are various gurus of Italian and international design. Two confessionals, and three issues to unpack: designers and the market, Service Design and Manufacturing 4.0. When the red light comes on, it's time to 'fess up. - - - DESIGN CONFESSION. THE EXPERTS  - - - Patrick Abbattista (DesignWanted), Alessandra Barlassina (Gucki), Alberto Bassi (IUAV / Università di San Marino), Filippo Berto (BertoSalotti), Pietro Corraini (Corraini Edizioni), Chiara Diana (Frog), Maria Cristina Didero (Icon Design), Matteo Ingaramo (POLI.Design), Stefano Maffei (Politecnico di Milano), Stefano Micelli (Ca’ Foscari), Ico Migliore (Migliore+Servetto), Stefano Mirti (Interaction Design Lab), Bilge Nur (Studio Bilge Nur Saltik), Matteo Ragni (Matteo Ragni Design Studio), Italo Rota (Studio Italo Rota & Partners), Laura Traldi (designatlarge), Jasper Udink ten Cate (Creative Chef), Francesco Zurlo (Politecnico di Milano). - - - DESIGN CONFESSION. THE PROGRAMME - - - Tuesday 9 April 3-4pm: Stefano Mirti / Alessandra Barlassina 4-5pm: Italo Rota / Bilge Nur Wednesday 10 April 3-4pm: Stefano Maffei / Chiara Diana 4-5pm: Laura Traldi Thursday 11 April 3-4pm: Francesco Zurlo 4-5pm: Patrick Abbattista Friday 12 April 3-4pm: Filippo Berto / Pietro Corraini 4-5pm: StudentDesign / Enrico Bassi Saturday 13 April 3-4pm: Matteo Ragni / Maria Cristina Didero 4-5pm: Patrick Abbattista / Alberto Bassi Sunday 14 April 4-5pm: Ico Migliore You can book your confession, selecting your "confessor" and the time slot, by emailing redazione@base.milano.it (subject: Design Confession - specify day and time). It's free to take part while slots last.     The project, created in collaboration with Ventura Projects, was launched with the aim of establishing a path dedicated to the new culture of learning in order to gather information and know-how capable of responding to the requirements and changes of the creative sector. The confessionals were built by officinaBASE in collaboration with the graphics workshop at Super - Scuola Superiore d’Arti Applicate del Castello Sforzesco.  
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Public Program_BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 18:00 - 19:00
  Setting aside room for discussion and debate is our Public Program of talks and workshops, designed to delve into the issues raised by UN-LEARN / RE-LEARN, the exhibition produced by BASE Milano for Design Week 2019. A roster of events created to foster discussion and allow ideas to settle. Tuesday 9 April, 6-7pm OPEN SOUND WORKSHOP A guide to using a sampler, with sound engineer Marco Giordano. The samples available to play with come courtesy of the Open Sound audio library and were collected in Lucania: cowbells, electric guitars, bagpipes, cupa-cupa, and arbëreshë singing, ready to mix with electronic bases in the spirit of Open Sound Festival. All the sounds are open source, non-proprietary, choral and collective, generated with self-built instruments and made available online to artists from all over the world for remixes or live sessions. Wednesday 10 April, 6-7pm WORKSHOP - "SUPERLOCAL, 0 miles production" with Andrea de Chirico An approach to mapping and a shared reflection on our understanding of the spaces that surround us and the materials they are made of, as well as ways to encourage involvement and promote a new mentality around craftsmanship and production in general. After completing the mapping of the buildings and materials found in the local area - the Tortona district - a group of 10 people will spend an hour gathered around a map of the area, identifying places of note. Thursday 11 April, 6-7pm TALK - "Spatial exercises" with Parasite 2.0 A talk exploring a series of experiments undertaken over the years, using spatial exercise and the possibility of temporarily transforming places as a learning process. Can the act of altering the habitat through collective action turn into an exercise in learning how to deal with complex relational systems between individuals? By exploring a few experiments carried out by Parasite 2.0 in recent years, the collective will set out to talk through and reconstruct an itinerary that blends artistic, design and educational practices. Friday 12 April, 6-7pm Build Your WACOM Digital World – DESIGN SKETCHBATTLE Giulio Mosca (artist, illustrator and comic book artist), Matteo Vilardo (Product designer and teacher at IED) and Alessio Tommasetti (architect, designer and concept artist) get into debate in the longest, most crackling hour in the history of Digital Design. The battle field is the giant Wacom Cintiq Pro 32, where the three digital design professionals will challenge each other to a pixel-off. The end result will be a surprise for visitors with the courage to attend. Sunday 14 April, 12-1pm TALK - “un-learn / re-learn / re-act” with Paolo Naldini, Director of Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto, and journalist Cristina Gabetti The director of Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto, Paolo Naldini, the students who created the workshop at Cittadellarte, along with communicators, and sustainability experts delve into the question of what we need to learn today. A parliamentary classroom space in which to transform protests into opportunities to provide concrete action and shared propositions for building change. A school studying ways to regenerate every aspect of our way of life and testing these methods in reality.    
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BASE and Ventura Future_Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 09:30 - 20:00
  Chiming perfectly with BASE’s identity, the partnership with Ventura Projects - synonymous with experimentation and innovative ideas on the design scene - will bring the Ventura Future project to the Ex-Ansaldo complex. Covering 3,500 square metres spread over two floors, this is a chance to discover the best design talents from all over the world, featuring projects from the top international design academies and universities, and highly creative studios and brands, for a glimpse of the new frontiers in contemporary design. The exhibition project will also involve casaBASE, BASE Milano’s design hostel / artists’ residence, which will become a guesthouse for some of the designers taking part, as well as a place for them to work on, display, and present their projects to the public. Another central point of Design Week at BASE will be the portineria at the entrance to the ex-Ansaldo complex, set to be transformed into a Design Confessional, created in collaboration with Ventura Projects. The BASE portineria, which was presented at last year’s Fuorisalone as a prototype of urban regeneration and has since become a daily information hub for the city and the ex-Ansaldo community, will turn into a full-on confessional dedicated to design, a place in which to ask all those unanswered questions and seek advice from a few distinguished “high priests” of design, some of the most influential figures in the industry. The main issues: urban solutions, manufacturing 4.0 and the designer-industry relationship. The project was launched with the aim of establishing a path dedicated to the new culture of learning in order to accrue knowledge and know-how capable of responding to the requirements and changes at play in the creative sector. The confessionals will be realised alongside the Officina Grafica (graphics workshop) at Super – Scuola Superiore d’Arte Applicata del Castello Sforzesco.      

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Un-Learn / Re-Learn _ BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 09:30 - 20:00
  Future and learning are the overarching themes for Fuorisalone in 2019. In addition to the collaboration with Ventura Projects, BASE is presenting an exhibition entitled Un-Learn / Re-Learn. A de-instructional round up of installations and experiences designed by an array of different yet complementary thinkers, artists, innovators and designers for an interactive itinerary packed with questions, installations, talks, and experiences created by Italo Rota with Marco Cadioli, Salottobuono, Cittadellarte - Fondazione Pistoletto, Stefano Mirti and Super - Scuola Superiore d'Arte Applicata del Castello Sforzesco, to name just a few. UN-LEARN / RE-LEARN. A shape-shifting exhibition. By day providing an opportunity to delve into the transformations presented and ponder the questions posed by the designers on show, making way for unexpected perspectives and connections. At dusk there will be time to unwind, allow ideas to settle, make space for discussion and debate, and call into question everything that has so far been learnt and unlearnt. To top off the experience there will also be a programme made up of conversations, talks and workshops to invite interaction with the public. In the evening the space will open up, with music filling BASE’s covered piazza and informal networking sessions getting underway. In addition to Un-Learn / Re-Learn and the Ventura Future exhibition, BASE will present two prototypes to the public: the Design Confession and Officina BASE.    
Info 9 - 14 April Tickets available online at Mailticket. There is an entry fee of 5 euros which provides access to the Ventura Future and BASE exhibitions, as well as the evening events throughout Milano Design Week, from 9 to 14 April. Why is there an entry fee? Press preview: Monday 8 April from 10am to 7pm Opening hours - Exhibition spaces: Tuesday 9 April: 9.30am – 8pm Wednesday 10 April: 9.30am – 10pm Thursday 11, Friday 12 and Saturday 13 April: 9.30am – 8pm Sunday 14 April: 9.30am – 6pm With a musical line-up to follow in the evenings, curated by BASE Milano.  
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Open Sound Session_BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 10:00 - 03:00
RE-DESIGNING MUSIC IDENTITIES Every day from Tuesday 9 to Saturday 13 April, from dusk till 3 at night, double dancefloor:
  • In the courtyard from 8pm to 1am: DJ set with a crescendo of ambient, new world, drone, house and tribal.
  • Inside BASE Milano’s industrial spaces, a huge sound system pumping out bass music and techno.
LINE UP DAY BY DAY: Tuesday 9/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Iacopo Vocci 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance Wednesday 10/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm DaDi etro (live) 11pm-1am Luwei Thursday 11/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Velasco 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance LOUNGE 11pm-1am go-Dratta 1-3am Alioscia Bisceglia Friday 12/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Pablito el drito (RXSTNZ) 11pm-1am Luwei LOUNGE 11pm-12am Ltd Colours (Glome Sound / Circular Jaw / Orbiter-ORBTR) 12-1am DJ Vietnam (FU.ME / Orbiter-ORBTR) 1-3am Think'd (Antistandard Recs / Lounge Squatt / PURE WOOL Garden 1993) Saturday 13/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Hausmann (AAC.live / Adventures), Hypertone (Antistandard Recs) 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance LOUNGE 11pm-1am TAGLIABUE 1-2am Protopapa (Eurocrash) 2-3am SocksLove (Eurocrash) The nights are linked with UN-LEARN // RE-LEARN, BASE's investigative exhibition for Design Week.
  •  UN-LEARN.
Forget everything you thought you knew about the distance between dance genres: music is a living creature, constantly changing shape and flitting between dance halls, dancefloors, the streets, radio waves and the web
  •  RE-LEARN WHILE DANCING.
Techno, ambient, house, new world music, drone, bass, ambient, minimal, tribal. Where are the boundaries between dance genres? Do they still make sense? Try it out for yourself, get your body moving on the BASE dancefloor. Brought to you by Music Innovation Hub, think tank and music production company set up in 2018 in BASE.  ** From April 9th to 14th, BASE background music by MIH and Antistandard Records.**
The experiment in deconstructing and reconstructing musical identities continues during the day with the Open Sound Session installation #2 as part of BASE Milano’s UN-LEARN // RE-LEARN exhibition, where the public can enjoy mixing sounds dating back thousands of years with electronic beats and digital bases, demolishing the segregation between traditional and contemporary music, between pop and folk, acoustic and electronic, chamber music and dance, urban and country. The Open Sound Session sounds belong to the Open Sound sonic library, a collection of samples captured during the Lucan explorations conducted by the Open Sound Festival curatorial ensemble: cowbells, electric guitars, bagpipes, cupa-cupa, digital beats and arbëreshë singing. All the sounds are open source, non-proprietary, choral, and collective, generated with self-built instruments and made available online to artists all over the world for remixes or live sessions. The Open Sound Session in Milan is a preview of Open Sound Festival, an advanced experiment in musical cross-pollination, a rave, folk festival and street parade all in one. Coming late summer 2019 to Matera, European Capital of Culture 2019.
Info 9 – 14 April Tickets available online at Mailticket. The 5 euro entry fee provides access to the Ventura Future and BASE exhibitions, as well as the evening events throughout Milano Design Week, from 9 - 14 April. Why is there an entry fee?
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La Cultura del FARE_Making Culture workshop Design Week 2019
10.04.19 - 10.04.19
time : 14:00 - 16:00
 

MAKING CULTURE WITH LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND BUSINESSES

In Milan for Fuorisalone in the BASE cortile, and in particular in the BASE officina (workshop), next to the MAKING CULTURE WITH LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND BUSINESSES exhibition, a Workshop on material experimentation comes to life. The Officina BASE group, along with the Design degree courses at the Università della Repubblica di San Marino and the Institute of Industrial Design at Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst FNW in Basel, is launching another design workshop exploring the theme "Operation vs Material", aimed at selected groups from the respective communities. The starting point of this fourth phase - workshops is experimentation with materials and application of a process-driven methodology with the aim of developing innovation in terms of processing, combining and working the material itself. These experiments with materials take their inspiration from a number of concepts which emerged during previous workshops. Natural and naturally derived materials such as wool, felt and wood will come into play, while the experimental methods applied will be taken from a few OPERATION vs MATERIAL pairings, including DIP vs WOOD and HEAT vs WOOL. The workshop will take place over the course of a few hours on 10 April. La Culture del Fare - Making Culture is an international cooperative project involving the Institute of Industrial Design at HGK - FNW in Basel and UNIRSM Design in San Marino, set up and funded by the Swiss Embassy in Rome and San Marino. 45 students, 12 teachers, 12 actions, 9 materials from the Swiss and San Marino educational communities have given way to an experimental open programme in Material Innovation Design: in 2018 two initial course design conception workshops were held in the Basel and San Marino centres, followed by an experiment finalization phase which resulted in the first product prototype developed in Basel, with a series of touring exhibitions coming in 2019 to Milan, Rome and the home towns of the groups, designed to promote the project with participatory workshops, getting businesses and local communities involved. Workshop  LA CULTURA DEL FARE CON COMUNITÀ E IMPRESE LOCALI - MAKING CULTURE WITH LOCAL COMMUNITIES AND BUSINESSES Design Week | Fuorisalone 2019 BASE | Milano | Via Bergognone 34 Date | 10 April 2019 from 2 to 4pm Workshop representatives OFFICINA BASE Alfred Von Escher Universities Roberto Sartor and Riccardo Varini Programme representatives IID HGK FNW in Basel and UNIRSM Design in San Marino  Werner Baumhakl, Alessandra Bosco, Andrea Cero, Angela Grosso Ciponte, Alfredo Häberli, Emanuele Lumini, Maya Ober, Roberto Sartor, Nicole Schneider, Danilo Silvestri, Riccardo Varini, Michele Zannoni Swiss Embassy in San Marino and Italy Ruth Theus Baldassarre, Patrizia De Lauretis, Teresa Di Vito Information and sign up roberto.sartor@unirsm.sm riccardo.varini@unirsm.sm
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Design Confession
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 15:00 - 18:00
  EVERYTHING you always wanted to know about Design Work (but were afraid to ask) A designer’s road to creative fulfilment is strewn with often self-inflicted hurdles, alibis constructed to avoid moving forward with projects, and ideas mulled over for ages, lacking the courage needed to bring them to life. That’s why the BASE Milano portineria, located at the entrance to the ex-Ansaldo complex, will broaden its purview as an information hub by introducing the ‘Design Confession’: a full-on confessional dedicated to design, a place in which to ask all those unanswered questions, confess your “creative strife”, secrets of the trade, (im)possible dreams, regrets, second thoughts, hurdles and alibis. The Design Confession is a place where knowledge, techniques, and problem solving (both mystical and practical) get an airing. Just through the grate, ready to offer guidance, are various gurus of Italian and international design. Two confessionals, and three issues to unpack: designers and the market, Service Design and Manufacturing 4.0. When the red light comes on, it's time to 'fess up. - - - DESIGN CONFESSION. THE EXPERTS  - - - Patrick Abbattista (DesignWanted), Alessandra Barlassina (Gucki), Alberto Bassi (IUAV / Università di San Marino), Filippo Berto (BertoSalotti), Pietro Corraini (Corraini Edizioni), Chiara Diana (Frog), Maria Cristina Didero (Icon Design), Matteo Ingaramo (POLI.Design), Stefano Maffei (Politecnico di Milano), Stefano Micelli (Ca’ Foscari), Ico Migliore (Migliore+Servetto), Stefano Mirti (Interaction Design Lab), Bilge Nur (Studio Bilge Nur Saltik), Matteo Ragni (Matteo Ragni Design Studio), Italo Rota (Studio Italo Rota & Partners), Laura Traldi (designatlarge), Jasper Udink ten Cate (Creative Chef), Francesco Zurlo (Politecnico di Milano). - - - DESIGN CONFESSION. THE PROGRAMME - - - Tuesday 9 April 3-4pm: Stefano Mirti / Alessandra Barlassina 4-5pm: Italo Rota / Bilge Nur Wednesday 10 April 3-4pm: Stefano Maffei / Chiara Diana 4-5pm: Laura Traldi Thursday 11 April 3-4pm: Francesco Zurlo 4-5pm: Patrick Abbattista Friday 12 April 3-4pm: Filippo Berto / Pietro Corraini 4-5pm: StudentDesign / Enrico Bassi Saturday 13 April 3-4pm: Matteo Ragni / Maria Cristina Didero 4-5pm: Patrick Abbattista / Alberto Bassi Sunday 14 April 4-5pm: Ico Migliore You can book your confession, selecting your "confessor" and the time slot, by emailing redazione@base.milano.it (subject: Design Confession - specify day and time). It's free to take part while slots last.     The project, created in collaboration with Ventura Projects, was launched with the aim of establishing a path dedicated to the new culture of learning in order to gather information and know-how capable of responding to the requirements and changes of the creative sector. The confessionals were built by officinaBASE in collaboration with the graphics workshop at Super - Scuola Superiore d’Arti Applicate del Castello Sforzesco.  
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Public Program_BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 18:00 - 19:00
  Setting aside room for discussion and debate is our Public Program of talks and workshops, designed to delve into the issues raised by UN-LEARN / RE-LEARN, the exhibition produced by BASE Milano for Design Week 2019. A roster of events created to foster discussion and allow ideas to settle. Tuesday 9 April, 6-7pm OPEN SOUND WORKSHOP A guide to using a sampler, with sound engineer Marco Giordano. The samples available to play with come courtesy of the Open Sound audio library and were collected in Lucania: cowbells, electric guitars, bagpipes, cupa-cupa, and arbëreshë singing, ready to mix with electronic bases in the spirit of Open Sound Festival. All the sounds are open source, non-proprietary, choral and collective, generated with self-built instruments and made available online to artists from all over the world for remixes or live sessions. Wednesday 10 April, 6-7pm WORKSHOP - "SUPERLOCAL, 0 miles production" with Andrea de Chirico An approach to mapping and a shared reflection on our understanding of the spaces that surround us and the materials they are made of, as well as ways to encourage involvement and promote a new mentality around craftsmanship and production in general. After completing the mapping of the buildings and materials found in the local area - the Tortona district - a group of 10 people will spend an hour gathered around a map of the area, identifying places of note. Thursday 11 April, 6-7pm TALK - "Spatial exercises" with Parasite 2.0 A talk exploring a series of experiments undertaken over the years, using spatial exercise and the possibility of temporarily transforming places as a learning process. Can the act of altering the habitat through collective action turn into an exercise in learning how to deal with complex relational systems between individuals? By exploring a few experiments carried out by Parasite 2.0 in recent years, the collective will set out to talk through and reconstruct an itinerary that blends artistic, design and educational practices. Friday 12 April, 6-7pm Build Your WACOM Digital World – DESIGN SKETCHBATTLE Giulio Mosca (artist, illustrator and comic book artist), Matteo Vilardo (Product designer and teacher at IED) and Alessio Tommasetti (architect, designer and concept artist) get into debate in the longest, most crackling hour in the history of Digital Design. The battle field is the giant Wacom Cintiq Pro 32, where the three digital design professionals will challenge each other to a pixel-off. The end result will be a surprise for visitors with the courage to attend. Sunday 14 April, 12-1pm TALK - “un-learn / re-learn / re-act” with Paolo Naldini, Director of Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto, and journalist Cristina Gabetti The director of Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto, Paolo Naldini, the students who created the workshop at Cittadellarte, along with communicators, and sustainability experts delve into the question of what we need to learn today. A parliamentary classroom space in which to transform protests into opportunities to provide concrete action and shared propositions for building change. A school studying ways to regenerate every aspect of our way of life and testing these methods in reality.    
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SUPERLOCAL _ workshop with Andrea de Chirico
10.04.19 - 10.04.19
time : 18:00 - 19:00
SUPERLOCAL puts forward an approach to mapping and offers a shared reflection on our understanding of the spaces that surround us and the materials they are made of, as well as ways to encourage involvement and promote a new mentality around craftsmanship and production in general. The first phase to be carried out according to the SUPERLOCAL method is the mapping of the buildings and materials found in the local area. In this case, the mapping process concerns the area around BASE, the Tortona district. A group of 10 people will spend an hour gathered around a map of the area, identifying places of note. The mapping of the area serves as inspiration for a shared reflection on our understanding of the spaces that surround us and the materials they are made up of. This form of production thus becomes a way to encourage involvement and promote a new mentality around craftsmanship and production in general. The gathering is led by designer Andrea de Chirico, as part of the Public Program organized within the UN-LEARN / RE-LEARN exhibition produced by BASE Milano for Design Week 2019. A series of events to stimulate discussion and allow space for ideas to settle. Andrea de Chirico is a young Roman designer now based in Bolzano, boasting an pretty impressive, wide-ranging CV. He studied at ISIA in Rome and at the Eindhoven Design Academy, and works as a researcher with the Department of Arts and Design in Bolzano. His work has been shown at the Design Museum in London, the Triennale Design Museum and the Z33 House for Contemporary Art.  Wednesday 10 April, 6 - 7pm WORKSHOP - “Superlocal 0 miles production” with Andrea de Chirico Entry with Design Week at BASE ticket
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BASE and Ventura Future_Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 09:30 - 20:00
  Chiming perfectly with BASE’s identity, the partnership with Ventura Projects - synonymous with experimentation and innovative ideas on the design scene - will bring the Ventura Future project to the Ex-Ansaldo complex. Covering 3,500 square metres spread over two floors, this is a chance to discover the best design talents from all over the world, featuring projects from the top international design academies and universities, and highly creative studios and brands, for a glimpse of the new frontiers in contemporary design. The exhibition project will also involve casaBASE, BASE Milano’s design hostel / artists’ residence, which will become a guesthouse for some of the designers taking part, as well as a place for them to work on, display, and present their projects to the public. Another central point of Design Week at BASE will be the portineria at the entrance to the ex-Ansaldo complex, set to be transformed into a Design Confessional, created in collaboration with Ventura Projects. The BASE portineria, which was presented at last year’s Fuorisalone as a prototype of urban regeneration and has since become a daily information hub for the city and the ex-Ansaldo community, will turn into a full-on confessional dedicated to design, a place in which to ask all those unanswered questions and seek advice from a few distinguished “high priests” of design, some of the most influential figures in the industry. The main issues: urban solutions, manufacturing 4.0 and the designer-industry relationship. The project was launched with the aim of establishing a path dedicated to the new culture of learning in order to accrue knowledge and know-how capable of responding to the requirements and changes at play in the creative sector. The confessionals will be realised alongside the Officina Grafica (graphics workshop) at Super – Scuola Superiore d’Arte Applicata del Castello Sforzesco.      

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Un-Learn / Re-Learn _ BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 09:30 - 20:00
  Future and learning are the overarching themes for Fuorisalone in 2019. In addition to the collaboration with Ventura Projects, BASE is presenting an exhibition entitled Un-Learn / Re-Learn. A de-instructional round up of installations and experiences designed by an array of different yet complementary thinkers, artists, innovators and designers for an interactive itinerary packed with questions, installations, talks, and experiences created by Italo Rota with Marco Cadioli, Salottobuono, Cittadellarte - Fondazione Pistoletto, Stefano Mirti and Super - Scuola Superiore d'Arte Applicata del Castello Sforzesco, to name just a few. UN-LEARN / RE-LEARN. A shape-shifting exhibition. By day providing an opportunity to delve into the transformations presented and ponder the questions posed by the designers on show, making way for unexpected perspectives and connections. At dusk there will be time to unwind, allow ideas to settle, make space for discussion and debate, and call into question everything that has so far been learnt and unlearnt. To top off the experience there will also be a programme made up of conversations, talks and workshops to invite interaction with the public. In the evening the space will open up, with music filling BASE’s covered piazza and informal networking sessions getting underway. In addition to Un-Learn / Re-Learn and the Ventura Future exhibition, BASE will present two prototypes to the public: the Design Confession and Officina BASE.    
Info 9 - 14 April Tickets available online at Mailticket. There is an entry fee of 5 euros which provides access to the Ventura Future and BASE exhibitions, as well as the evening events throughout Milano Design Week, from 9 to 14 April. Why is there an entry fee? Press preview: Monday 8 April from 10am to 7pm Opening hours - Exhibition spaces: Tuesday 9 April: 9.30am – 8pm Wednesday 10 April: 9.30am – 10pm Thursday 11, Friday 12 and Saturday 13 April: 9.30am – 8pm Sunday 14 April: 9.30am – 6pm With a musical line-up to follow in the evenings, curated by BASE Milano.  
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Open Sound Session_BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 10:00 - 03:00
RE-DESIGNING MUSIC IDENTITIES Every day from Tuesday 9 to Saturday 13 April, from dusk till 3 at night, double dancefloor:
  • In the courtyard from 8pm to 1am: DJ set with a crescendo of ambient, new world, drone, house and tribal.
  • Inside BASE Milano’s industrial spaces, a huge sound system pumping out bass music and techno.
LINE UP DAY BY DAY: Tuesday 9/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Iacopo Vocci 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance Wednesday 10/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm DaDi etro (live) 11pm-1am Luwei Thursday 11/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Velasco 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance LOUNGE 11pm-1am go-Dratta 1-3am Alioscia Bisceglia Friday 12/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Pablito el drito (RXSTNZ) 11pm-1am Luwei LOUNGE 11pm-12am Ltd Colours (Glome Sound / Circular Jaw / Orbiter-ORBTR) 12-1am DJ Vietnam (FU.ME / Orbiter-ORBTR) 1-3am Think'd (Antistandard Recs / Lounge Squatt / PURE WOOL Garden 1993) Saturday 13/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Hausmann (AAC.live / Adventures), Hypertone (Antistandard Recs) 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance LOUNGE 11pm-1am TAGLIABUE 1-2am Protopapa (Eurocrash) 2-3am SocksLove (Eurocrash) The nights are linked with UN-LEARN // RE-LEARN, BASE's investigative exhibition for Design Week.
  •  UN-LEARN.
Forget everything you thought you knew about the distance between dance genres: music is a living creature, constantly changing shape and flitting between dance halls, dancefloors, the streets, radio waves and the web
  •  RE-LEARN WHILE DANCING.
Techno, ambient, house, new world music, drone, bass, ambient, minimal, tribal. Where are the boundaries between dance genres? Do they still make sense? Try it out for yourself, get your body moving on the BASE dancefloor. Brought to you by Music Innovation Hub, think tank and music production company set up in 2018 in BASE.  ** From April 9th to 14th, BASE background music by MIH and Antistandard Records.**
The experiment in deconstructing and reconstructing musical identities continues during the day with the Open Sound Session installation #2 as part of BASE Milano’s UN-LEARN // RE-LEARN exhibition, where the public can enjoy mixing sounds dating back thousands of years with electronic beats and digital bases, demolishing the segregation between traditional and contemporary music, between pop and folk, acoustic and electronic, chamber music and dance, urban and country. The Open Sound Session sounds belong to the Open Sound sonic library, a collection of samples captured during the Lucan explorations conducted by the Open Sound Festival curatorial ensemble: cowbells, electric guitars, bagpipes, cupa-cupa, digital beats and arbëreshë singing. All the sounds are open source, non-proprietary, choral, and collective, generated with self-built instruments and made available online to artists all over the world for remixes or live sessions. The Open Sound Session in Milan is a preview of Open Sound Festival, an advanced experiment in musical cross-pollination, a rave, folk festival and street parade all in one. Coming late summer 2019 to Matera, European Capital of Culture 2019.
Info 9 – 14 April Tickets available online at Mailticket. The 5 euro entry fee provides access to the Ventura Future and BASE exhibitions, as well as the evening events throughout Milano Design Week, from 9 - 14 April. Why is there an entry fee?
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Design Confession
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 15:00 - 18:00
  EVERYTHING you always wanted to know about Design Work (but were afraid to ask) A designer’s road to creative fulfilment is strewn with often self-inflicted hurdles, alibis constructed to avoid moving forward with projects, and ideas mulled over for ages, lacking the courage needed to bring them to life. That’s why the BASE Milano portineria, located at the entrance to the ex-Ansaldo complex, will broaden its purview as an information hub by introducing the ‘Design Confession’: a full-on confessional dedicated to design, a place in which to ask all those unanswered questions, confess your “creative strife”, secrets of the trade, (im)possible dreams, regrets, second thoughts, hurdles and alibis. The Design Confession is a place where knowledge, techniques, and problem solving (both mystical and practical) get an airing. Just through the grate, ready to offer guidance, are various gurus of Italian and international design. Two confessionals, and three issues to unpack: designers and the market, Service Design and Manufacturing 4.0. When the red light comes on, it's time to 'fess up. - - - DESIGN CONFESSION. THE EXPERTS  - - - Patrick Abbattista (DesignWanted), Alessandra Barlassina (Gucki), Alberto Bassi (IUAV / Università di San Marino), Filippo Berto (BertoSalotti), Pietro Corraini (Corraini Edizioni), Chiara Diana (Frog), Maria Cristina Didero (Icon Design), Matteo Ingaramo (POLI.Design), Stefano Maffei (Politecnico di Milano), Stefano Micelli (Ca’ Foscari), Ico Migliore (Migliore+Servetto), Stefano Mirti (Interaction Design Lab), Bilge Nur (Studio Bilge Nur Saltik), Matteo Ragni (Matteo Ragni Design Studio), Italo Rota (Studio Italo Rota & Partners), Laura Traldi (designatlarge), Jasper Udink ten Cate (Creative Chef), Francesco Zurlo (Politecnico di Milano). - - - DESIGN CONFESSION. THE PROGRAMME - - - Tuesday 9 April 3-4pm: Stefano Mirti / Alessandra Barlassina 4-5pm: Italo Rota / Bilge Nur Wednesday 10 April 3-4pm: Stefano Maffei / Chiara Diana 4-5pm: Laura Traldi Thursday 11 April 3-4pm: Francesco Zurlo 4-5pm: Patrick Abbattista Friday 12 April 3-4pm: Filippo Berto / Pietro Corraini 4-5pm: StudentDesign / Enrico Bassi Saturday 13 April 3-4pm: Matteo Ragni / Maria Cristina Didero 4-5pm: Patrick Abbattista / Alberto Bassi Sunday 14 April 4-5pm: Ico Migliore You can book your confession, selecting your "confessor" and the time slot, by emailing redazione@base.milano.it (subject: Design Confession - specify day and time). It's free to take part while slots last.     The project, created in collaboration with Ventura Projects, was launched with the aim of establishing a path dedicated to the new culture of learning in order to gather information and know-how capable of responding to the requirements and changes of the creative sector. The confessionals were built by officinaBASE in collaboration with the graphics workshop at Super - Scuola Superiore d’Arti Applicate del Castello Sforzesco.  
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Public Program_BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 18:00 - 19:00
  Setting aside room for discussion and debate is our Public Program of talks and workshops, designed to delve into the issues raised by UN-LEARN / RE-LEARN, the exhibition produced by BASE Milano for Design Week 2019. A roster of events created to foster discussion and allow ideas to settle. Tuesday 9 April, 6-7pm OPEN SOUND WORKSHOP A guide to using a sampler, with sound engineer Marco Giordano. The samples available to play with come courtesy of the Open Sound audio library and were collected in Lucania: cowbells, electric guitars, bagpipes, cupa-cupa, and arbëreshë singing, ready to mix with electronic bases in the spirit of Open Sound Festival. All the sounds are open source, non-proprietary, choral and collective, generated with self-built instruments and made available online to artists from all over the world for remixes or live sessions. Wednesday 10 April, 6-7pm WORKSHOP - "SUPERLOCAL, 0 miles production" with Andrea de Chirico An approach to mapping and a shared reflection on our understanding of the spaces that surround us and the materials they are made of, as well as ways to encourage involvement and promote a new mentality around craftsmanship and production in general. After completing the mapping of the buildings and materials found in the local area - the Tortona district - a group of 10 people will spend an hour gathered around a map of the area, identifying places of note. Thursday 11 April, 6-7pm TALK - "Spatial exercises" with Parasite 2.0 A talk exploring a series of experiments undertaken over the years, using spatial exercise and the possibility of temporarily transforming places as a learning process. Can the act of altering the habitat through collective action turn into an exercise in learning how to deal with complex relational systems between individuals? By exploring a few experiments carried out by Parasite 2.0 in recent years, the collective will set out to talk through and reconstruct an itinerary that blends artistic, design and educational practices. Friday 12 April, 6-7pm Build Your WACOM Digital World – DESIGN SKETCHBATTLE Giulio Mosca (artist, illustrator and comic book artist), Matteo Vilardo (Product designer and teacher at IED) and Alessio Tommasetti (architect, designer and concept artist) get into debate in the longest, most crackling hour in the history of Digital Design. The battle field is the giant Wacom Cintiq Pro 32, where the three digital design professionals will challenge each other to a pixel-off. The end result will be a surprise for visitors with the courage to attend. Sunday 14 April, 12-1pm TALK - “un-learn / re-learn / re-act” with Paolo Naldini, Director of Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto, and journalist Cristina Gabetti The director of Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto, Paolo Naldini, the students who created the workshop at Cittadellarte, along with communicators, and sustainability experts delve into the question of what we need to learn today. A parliamentary classroom space in which to transform protests into opportunities to provide concrete action and shared propositions for building change. A school studying ways to regenerate every aspect of our way of life and testing these methods in reality.    
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Spatial Exercises _ Design Week public program
11.04.19 - 11.04.19
time : 18:00 - 19:00
A talk exploring a series of experiments undertaken over the years, from MAXXI Temporary School, to Vita nei Boschi, and the Temporary Lover exhibition and teaching experiences, using spatial exercise and the possibility of temporarily transforming places as a learning process. Can the act of altering the habitat through collective action turn into an exercise in learning how to deal with complex relational systems between individuals? By exploring a few experiments carried out by Parasite 2.0 in recent years, the collective will set out to talk through and reconstruct an itinerary that blends artistic, design and educational practices. The talk is led by the Parasite 2.0 collective as part of the Public Program organized within the UN-LEARN / RE-LEARN exhibition produced by BASE Milano for Design Week 2019. A series of events designed to stimulate discussion and give ideas space to settle. Founded in 2010 in Milan by Stefano ColomboEugenio Cosentino and Luca Marullo at a young age, Parasite 2.0 deals with the study of "the human habitat, ranging between architecture to design, art and activism". Their experience includes taking part in two editions of the Venice Biennale, including the Koolhaas one, to their exploration of the "urban deserts" in the most disadvantaged city outskirts, streaming interviews of Primitive Future Office, and the monograph recently published by Plug-in. Parasite 2.0 builds unpredictable and multi-disciplinary trajectories which challenge the "monolithic" vision of the architect builder. Thursday 11 April, 6.00-7.00pm TALK- "Spatial exercises" with Parasite 2.0 Entry with Design Week at BASE ticket
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BASE and Ventura Future_Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 09:30 - 20:00
  Chiming perfectly with BASE’s identity, the partnership with Ventura Projects - synonymous with experimentation and innovative ideas on the design scene - will bring the Ventura Future project to the Ex-Ansaldo complex. Covering 3,500 square metres spread over two floors, this is a chance to discover the best design talents from all over the world, featuring projects from the top international design academies and universities, and highly creative studios and brands, for a glimpse of the new frontiers in contemporary design. The exhibition project will also involve casaBASE, BASE Milano’s design hostel / artists’ residence, which will become a guesthouse for some of the designers taking part, as well as a place for them to work on, display, and present their projects to the public. Another central point of Design Week at BASE will be the portineria at the entrance to the ex-Ansaldo complex, set to be transformed into a Design Confessional, created in collaboration with Ventura Projects. The BASE portineria, which was presented at last year’s Fuorisalone as a prototype of urban regeneration and has since become a daily information hub for the city and the ex-Ansaldo community, will turn into a full-on confessional dedicated to design, a place in which to ask all those unanswered questions and seek advice from a few distinguished “high priests” of design, some of the most influential figures in the industry. The main issues: urban solutions, manufacturing 4.0 and the designer-industry relationship. The project was launched with the aim of establishing a path dedicated to the new culture of learning in order to accrue knowledge and know-how capable of responding to the requirements and changes at play in the creative sector. The confessionals will be realised alongside the Officina Grafica (graphics workshop) at Super – Scuola Superiore d’Arte Applicata del Castello Sforzesco.      

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Un-Learn / Re-Learn _ BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 09:30 - 20:00
  Future and learning are the overarching themes for Fuorisalone in 2019. In addition to the collaboration with Ventura Projects, BASE is presenting an exhibition entitled Un-Learn / Re-Learn. A de-instructional round up of installations and experiences designed by an array of different yet complementary thinkers, artists, innovators and designers for an interactive itinerary packed with questions, installations, talks, and experiences created by Italo Rota with Marco Cadioli, Salottobuono, Cittadellarte - Fondazione Pistoletto, Stefano Mirti and Super - Scuola Superiore d'Arte Applicata del Castello Sforzesco, to name just a few. UN-LEARN / RE-LEARN. A shape-shifting exhibition. By day providing an opportunity to delve into the transformations presented and ponder the questions posed by the designers on show, making way for unexpected perspectives and connections. At dusk there will be time to unwind, allow ideas to settle, make space for discussion and debate, and call into question everything that has so far been learnt and unlearnt. To top off the experience there will also be a programme made up of conversations, talks and workshops to invite interaction with the public. In the evening the space will open up, with music filling BASE’s covered piazza and informal networking sessions getting underway. In addition to Un-Learn / Re-Learn and the Ventura Future exhibition, BASE will present two prototypes to the public: the Design Confession and Officina BASE.    
Info 9 - 14 April Tickets available online at Mailticket. There is an entry fee of 5 euros which provides access to the Ventura Future and BASE exhibitions, as well as the evening events throughout Milano Design Week, from 9 to 14 April. Why is there an entry fee? Press preview: Monday 8 April from 10am to 7pm Opening hours - Exhibition spaces: Tuesday 9 April: 9.30am – 8pm Wednesday 10 April: 9.30am – 10pm Thursday 11, Friday 12 and Saturday 13 April: 9.30am – 8pm Sunday 14 April: 9.30am – 6pm With a musical line-up to follow in the evenings, curated by BASE Milano.  
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Open Sound Session_BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 10:00 - 03:00
RE-DESIGNING MUSIC IDENTITIES Every day from Tuesday 9 to Saturday 13 April, from dusk till 3 at night, double dancefloor:
  • In the courtyard from 8pm to 1am: DJ set with a crescendo of ambient, new world, drone, house and tribal.
  • Inside BASE Milano’s industrial spaces, a huge sound system pumping out bass music and techno.
LINE UP DAY BY DAY: Tuesday 9/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Iacopo Vocci 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance Wednesday 10/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm DaDi etro (live) 11pm-1am Luwei Thursday 11/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Velasco 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance LOUNGE 11pm-1am go-Dratta 1-3am Alioscia Bisceglia Friday 12/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Pablito el drito (RXSTNZ) 11pm-1am Luwei LOUNGE 11pm-12am Ltd Colours (Glome Sound / Circular Jaw / Orbiter-ORBTR) 12-1am DJ Vietnam (FU.ME / Orbiter-ORBTR) 1-3am Think'd (Antistandard Recs / Lounge Squatt / PURE WOOL Garden 1993) Saturday 13/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Hausmann (AAC.live / Adventures), Hypertone (Antistandard Recs) 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance LOUNGE 11pm-1am TAGLIABUE 1-2am Protopapa (Eurocrash) 2-3am SocksLove (Eurocrash) The nights are linked with UN-LEARN // RE-LEARN, BASE's investigative exhibition for Design Week.
  •  UN-LEARN.
Forget everything you thought you knew about the distance between dance genres: music is a living creature, constantly changing shape and flitting between dance halls, dancefloors, the streets, radio waves and the web
  •  RE-LEARN WHILE DANCING.
Techno, ambient, house, new world music, drone, bass, ambient, minimal, tribal. Where are the boundaries between dance genres? Do they still make sense? Try it out for yourself, get your body moving on the BASE dancefloor. Brought to you by Music Innovation Hub, think tank and music production company set up in 2018 in BASE.  ** From April 9th to 14th, BASE background music by MIH and Antistandard Records.**
The experiment in deconstructing and reconstructing musical identities continues during the day with the Open Sound Session installation #2 as part of BASE Milano’s UN-LEARN // RE-LEARN exhibition, where the public can enjoy mixing sounds dating back thousands of years with electronic beats and digital bases, demolishing the segregation between traditional and contemporary music, between pop and folk, acoustic and electronic, chamber music and dance, urban and country. The Open Sound Session sounds belong to the Open Sound sonic library, a collection of samples captured during the Lucan explorations conducted by the Open Sound Festival curatorial ensemble: cowbells, electric guitars, bagpipes, cupa-cupa, digital beats and arbëreshë singing. All the sounds are open source, non-proprietary, choral, and collective, generated with self-built instruments and made available online to artists all over the world for remixes or live sessions. The Open Sound Session in Milan is a preview of Open Sound Festival, an advanced experiment in musical cross-pollination, a rave, folk festival and street parade all in one. Coming late summer 2019 to Matera, European Capital of Culture 2019.
Info 9 – 14 April Tickets available online at Mailticket. The 5 euro entry fee provides access to the Ventura Future and BASE exhibitions, as well as the evening events throughout Milano Design Week, from 9 - 14 April. Why is there an entry fee?
design
Design Confession
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 15:00 - 18:00
  EVERYTHING you always wanted to know about Design Work (but were afraid to ask) A designer’s road to creative fulfilment is strewn with often self-inflicted hurdles, alibis constructed to avoid moving forward with projects, and ideas mulled over for ages, lacking the courage needed to bring them to life. That’s why the BASE Milano portineria, located at the entrance to the ex-Ansaldo complex, will broaden its purview as an information hub by introducing the ‘Design Confession’: a full-on confessional dedicated to design, a place in which to ask all those unanswered questions, confess your “creative strife”, secrets of the trade, (im)possible dreams, regrets, second thoughts, hurdles and alibis. The Design Confession is a place where knowledge, techniques, and problem solving (both mystical and practical) get an airing. Just through the grate, ready to offer guidance, are various gurus of Italian and international design. Two confessionals, and three issues to unpack: designers and the market, Service Design and Manufacturing 4.0. When the red light comes on, it's time to 'fess up. - - - DESIGN CONFESSION. THE EXPERTS  - - - Patrick Abbattista (DesignWanted), Alessandra Barlassina (Gucki), Alberto Bassi (IUAV / Università di San Marino), Filippo Berto (BertoSalotti), Pietro Corraini (Corraini Edizioni), Chiara Diana (Frog), Maria Cristina Didero (Icon Design), Matteo Ingaramo (POLI.Design), Stefano Maffei (Politecnico di Milano), Stefano Micelli (Ca’ Foscari), Ico Migliore (Migliore+Servetto), Stefano Mirti (Interaction Design Lab), Bilge Nur (Studio Bilge Nur Saltik), Matteo Ragni (Matteo Ragni Design Studio), Italo Rota (Studio Italo Rota & Partners), Laura Traldi (designatlarge), Jasper Udink ten Cate (Creative Chef), Francesco Zurlo (Politecnico di Milano). - - - DESIGN CONFESSION. THE PROGRAMME - - - Tuesday 9 April 3-4pm: Stefano Mirti / Alessandra Barlassina 4-5pm: Italo Rota / Bilge Nur Wednesday 10 April 3-4pm: Stefano Maffei / Chiara Diana 4-5pm: Laura Traldi Thursday 11 April 3-4pm: Francesco Zurlo 4-5pm: Patrick Abbattista Friday 12 April 3-4pm: Filippo Berto / Pietro Corraini 4-5pm: StudentDesign / Enrico Bassi Saturday 13 April 3-4pm: Matteo Ragni / Maria Cristina Didero 4-5pm: Patrick Abbattista / Alberto Bassi Sunday 14 April 4-5pm: Ico Migliore You can book your confession, selecting your "confessor" and the time slot, by emailing redazione@base.milano.it (subject: Design Confession - specify day and time). It's free to take part while slots last.     The project, created in collaboration with Ventura Projects, was launched with the aim of establishing a path dedicated to the new culture of learning in order to gather information and know-how capable of responding to the requirements and changes of the creative sector. The confessionals were built by officinaBASE in collaboration with the graphics workshop at Super - Scuola Superiore d’Arti Applicate del Castello Sforzesco.  
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Public Program_BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 18:00 - 19:00
  Setting aside room for discussion and debate is our Public Program of talks and workshops, designed to delve into the issues raised by UN-LEARN / RE-LEARN, the exhibition produced by BASE Milano for Design Week 2019. A roster of events created to foster discussion and allow ideas to settle. Tuesday 9 April, 6-7pm OPEN SOUND WORKSHOP A guide to using a sampler, with sound engineer Marco Giordano. The samples available to play with come courtesy of the Open Sound audio library and were collected in Lucania: cowbells, electric guitars, bagpipes, cupa-cupa, and arbëreshë singing, ready to mix with electronic bases in the spirit of Open Sound Festival. All the sounds are open source, non-proprietary, choral and collective, generated with self-built instruments and made available online to artists from all over the world for remixes or live sessions. Wednesday 10 April, 6-7pm WORKSHOP - "SUPERLOCAL, 0 miles production" with Andrea de Chirico An approach to mapping and a shared reflection on our understanding of the spaces that surround us and the materials they are made of, as well as ways to encourage involvement and promote a new mentality around craftsmanship and production in general. After completing the mapping of the buildings and materials found in the local area - the Tortona district - a group of 10 people will spend an hour gathered around a map of the area, identifying places of note. Thursday 11 April, 6-7pm TALK - "Spatial exercises" with Parasite 2.0 A talk exploring a series of experiments undertaken over the years, using spatial exercise and the possibility of temporarily transforming places as a learning process. Can the act of altering the habitat through collective action turn into an exercise in learning how to deal with complex relational systems between individuals? By exploring a few experiments carried out by Parasite 2.0 in recent years, the collective will set out to talk through and reconstruct an itinerary that blends artistic, design and educational practices. Friday 12 April, 6-7pm Build Your WACOM Digital World – DESIGN SKETCHBATTLE Giulio Mosca (artist, illustrator and comic book artist), Matteo Vilardo (Product designer and teacher at IED) and Alessio Tommasetti (architect, designer and concept artist) get into debate in the longest, most crackling hour in the history of Digital Design. The battle field is the giant Wacom Cintiq Pro 32, where the three digital design professionals will challenge each other to a pixel-off. The end result will be a surprise for visitors with the courage to attend. Sunday 14 April, 12-1pm TALK - “un-learn / re-learn / re-act” with Paolo Naldini, Director of Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto, and journalist Cristina Gabetti The director of Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto, Paolo Naldini, the students who created the workshop at Cittadellarte, along with communicators, and sustainability experts delve into the question of what we need to learn today. A parliamentary classroom space in which to transform protests into opportunities to provide concrete action and shared propositions for building change. A school studying ways to regenerate every aspect of our way of life and testing these methods in reality.    
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BASE and Ventura Future_Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 09:30 - 20:00
  Chiming perfectly with BASE’s identity, the partnership with Ventura Projects - synonymous with experimentation and innovative ideas on the design scene - will bring the Ventura Future project to the Ex-Ansaldo complex. Covering 3,500 square metres spread over two floors, this is a chance to discover the best design talents from all over the world, featuring projects from the top international design academies and universities, and highly creative studios and brands, for a glimpse of the new frontiers in contemporary design. The exhibition project will also involve casaBASE, BASE Milano’s design hostel / artists’ residence, which will become a guesthouse for some of the designers taking part, as well as a place for them to work on, display, and present their projects to the public. Another central point of Design Week at BASE will be the portineria at the entrance to the ex-Ansaldo complex, set to be transformed into a Design Confessional, created in collaboration with Ventura Projects. The BASE portineria, which was presented at last year’s Fuorisalone as a prototype of urban regeneration and has since become a daily information hub for the city and the ex-Ansaldo community, will turn into a full-on confessional dedicated to design, a place in which to ask all those unanswered questions and seek advice from a few distinguished “high priests” of design, some of the most influential figures in the industry. The main issues: urban solutions, manufacturing 4.0 and the designer-industry relationship. The project was launched with the aim of establishing a path dedicated to the new culture of learning in order to accrue knowledge and know-how capable of responding to the requirements and changes at play in the creative sector. The confessionals will be realised alongside the Officina Grafica (graphics workshop) at Super – Scuola Superiore d’Arte Applicata del Castello Sforzesco.      

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Un-Learn / Re-Learn _ BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 09:30 - 20:00
  Future and learning are the overarching themes for Fuorisalone in 2019. In addition to the collaboration with Ventura Projects, BASE is presenting an exhibition entitled Un-Learn / Re-Learn. A de-instructional round up of installations and experiences designed by an array of different yet complementary thinkers, artists, innovators and designers for an interactive itinerary packed with questions, installations, talks, and experiences created by Italo Rota with Marco Cadioli, Salottobuono, Cittadellarte - Fondazione Pistoletto, Stefano Mirti and Super - Scuola Superiore d'Arte Applicata del Castello Sforzesco, to name just a few. UN-LEARN / RE-LEARN. A shape-shifting exhibition. By day providing an opportunity to delve into the transformations presented and ponder the questions posed by the designers on show, making way for unexpected perspectives and connections. At dusk there will be time to unwind, allow ideas to settle, make space for discussion and debate, and call into question everything that has so far been learnt and unlearnt. To top off the experience there will also be a programme made up of conversations, talks and workshops to invite interaction with the public. In the evening the space will open up, with music filling BASE’s covered piazza and informal networking sessions getting underway. In addition to Un-Learn / Re-Learn and the Ventura Future exhibition, BASE will present two prototypes to the public: the Design Confession and Officina BASE.    
Info 9 - 14 April Tickets available online at Mailticket. There is an entry fee of 5 euros which provides access to the Ventura Future and BASE exhibitions, as well as the evening events throughout Milano Design Week, from 9 to 14 April. Why is there an entry fee? Press preview: Monday 8 April from 10am to 7pm Opening hours - Exhibition spaces: Tuesday 9 April: 9.30am – 8pm Wednesday 10 April: 9.30am – 10pm Thursday 11, Friday 12 and Saturday 13 April: 9.30am – 8pm Sunday 14 April: 9.30am – 6pm With a musical line-up to follow in the evenings, curated by BASE Milano.  
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Open Sound Session_BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 10:00 - 03:00
RE-DESIGNING MUSIC IDENTITIES Every day from Tuesday 9 to Saturday 13 April, from dusk till 3 at night, double dancefloor:
  • In the courtyard from 8pm to 1am: DJ set with a crescendo of ambient, new world, drone, house and tribal.
  • Inside BASE Milano’s industrial spaces, a huge sound system pumping out bass music and techno.
LINE UP DAY BY DAY: Tuesday 9/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Iacopo Vocci 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance Wednesday 10/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm DaDi etro (live) 11pm-1am Luwei Thursday 11/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Velasco 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance LOUNGE 11pm-1am go-Dratta 1-3am Alioscia Bisceglia Friday 12/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Pablito el drito (RXSTNZ) 11pm-1am Luwei LOUNGE 11pm-12am Ltd Colours (Glome Sound / Circular Jaw / Orbiter-ORBTR) 12-1am DJ Vietnam (FU.ME / Orbiter-ORBTR) 1-3am Think'd (Antistandard Recs / Lounge Squatt / PURE WOOL Garden 1993) Saturday 13/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Hausmann (AAC.live / Adventures), Hypertone (Antistandard Recs) 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance LOUNGE 11pm-1am TAGLIABUE 1-2am Protopapa (Eurocrash) 2-3am SocksLove (Eurocrash) The nights are linked with UN-LEARN // RE-LEARN, BASE's investigative exhibition for Design Week.
  •  UN-LEARN.
Forget everything you thought you knew about the distance between dance genres: music is a living creature, constantly changing shape and flitting between dance halls, dancefloors, the streets, radio waves and the web
  •  RE-LEARN WHILE DANCING.
Techno, ambient, house, new world music, drone, bass, ambient, minimal, tribal. Where are the boundaries between dance genres? Do they still make sense? Try it out for yourself, get your body moving on the BASE dancefloor. Brought to you by Music Innovation Hub, think tank and music production company set up in 2018 in BASE.  ** From April 9th to 14th, BASE background music by MIH and Antistandard Records.**
The experiment in deconstructing and reconstructing musical identities continues during the day with the Open Sound Session installation #2 as part of BASE Milano’s UN-LEARN // RE-LEARN exhibition, where the public can enjoy mixing sounds dating back thousands of years with electronic beats and digital bases, demolishing the segregation between traditional and contemporary music, between pop and folk, acoustic and electronic, chamber music and dance, urban and country. The Open Sound Session sounds belong to the Open Sound sonic library, a collection of samples captured during the Lucan explorations conducted by the Open Sound Festival curatorial ensemble: cowbells, electric guitars, bagpipes, cupa-cupa, digital beats and arbëreshë singing. All the sounds are open source, non-proprietary, choral, and collective, generated with self-built instruments and made available online to artists all over the world for remixes or live sessions. The Open Sound Session in Milan is a preview of Open Sound Festival, an advanced experiment in musical cross-pollination, a rave, folk festival and street parade all in one. Coming late summer 2019 to Matera, European Capital of Culture 2019.
Info 9 – 14 April Tickets available online at Mailticket. The 5 euro entry fee provides access to the Ventura Future and BASE exhibitions, as well as the evening events throughout Milano Design Week, from 9 - 14 April. Why is there an entry fee?
design
Design Confession
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 15:00 - 18:00
  EVERYTHING you always wanted to know about Design Work (but were afraid to ask) A designer’s road to creative fulfilment is strewn with often self-inflicted hurdles, alibis constructed to avoid moving forward with projects, and ideas mulled over for ages, lacking the courage needed to bring them to life. That’s why the BASE Milano portineria, located at the entrance to the ex-Ansaldo complex, will broaden its purview as an information hub by introducing the ‘Design Confession’: a full-on confessional dedicated to design, a place in which to ask all those unanswered questions, confess your “creative strife”, secrets of the trade, (im)possible dreams, regrets, second thoughts, hurdles and alibis. The Design Confession is a place where knowledge, techniques, and problem solving (both mystical and practical) get an airing. Just through the grate, ready to offer guidance, are various gurus of Italian and international design. Two confessionals, and three issues to unpack: designers and the market, Service Design and Manufacturing 4.0. When the red light comes on, it's time to 'fess up. - - - DESIGN CONFESSION. THE EXPERTS  - - - Patrick Abbattista (DesignWanted), Alessandra Barlassina (Gucki), Alberto Bassi (IUAV / Università di San Marino), Filippo Berto (BertoSalotti), Pietro Corraini (Corraini Edizioni), Chiara Diana (Frog), Maria Cristina Didero (Icon Design), Matteo Ingaramo (POLI.Design), Stefano Maffei (Politecnico di Milano), Stefano Micelli (Ca’ Foscari), Ico Migliore (Migliore+Servetto), Stefano Mirti (Interaction Design Lab), Bilge Nur (Studio Bilge Nur Saltik), Matteo Ragni (Matteo Ragni Design Studio), Italo Rota (Studio Italo Rota & Partners), Laura Traldi (designatlarge), Jasper Udink ten Cate (Creative Chef), Francesco Zurlo (Politecnico di Milano). - - - DESIGN CONFESSION. THE PROGRAMME - - - Tuesday 9 April 3-4pm: Stefano Mirti / Alessandra Barlassina 4-5pm: Italo Rota / Bilge Nur Wednesday 10 April 3-4pm: Stefano Maffei / Chiara Diana 4-5pm: Laura Traldi Thursday 11 April 3-4pm: Francesco Zurlo 4-5pm: Patrick Abbattista Friday 12 April 3-4pm: Filippo Berto / Pietro Corraini 4-5pm: StudentDesign / Enrico Bassi Saturday 13 April 3-4pm: Matteo Ragni / Maria Cristina Didero 4-5pm: Patrick Abbattista / Alberto Bassi Sunday 14 April 4-5pm: Ico Migliore You can book your confession, selecting your "confessor" and the time slot, by emailing redazione@base.milano.it (subject: Design Confession - specify day and time). It's free to take part while slots last.     The project, created in collaboration with Ventura Projects, was launched with the aim of establishing a path dedicated to the new culture of learning in order to gather information and know-how capable of responding to the requirements and changes of the creative sector. The confessionals were built by officinaBASE in collaboration with the graphics workshop at Super - Scuola Superiore d’Arti Applicate del Castello Sforzesco.  
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BASE and Ventura Future_Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 09:30 - 20:00
  Chiming perfectly with BASE’s identity, the partnership with Ventura Projects - synonymous with experimentation and innovative ideas on the design scene - will bring the Ventura Future project to the Ex-Ansaldo complex. Covering 3,500 square metres spread over two floors, this is a chance to discover the best design talents from all over the world, featuring projects from the top international design academies and universities, and highly creative studios and brands, for a glimpse of the new frontiers in contemporary design. The exhibition project will also involve casaBASE, BASE Milano’s design hostel / artists’ residence, which will become a guesthouse for some of the designers taking part, as well as a place for them to work on, display, and present their projects to the public. Another central point of Design Week at BASE will be the portineria at the entrance to the ex-Ansaldo complex, set to be transformed into a Design Confessional, created in collaboration with Ventura Projects. The BASE portineria, which was presented at last year’s Fuorisalone as a prototype of urban regeneration and has since become a daily information hub for the city and the ex-Ansaldo community, will turn into a full-on confessional dedicated to design, a place in which to ask all those unanswered questions and seek advice from a few distinguished “high priests” of design, some of the most influential figures in the industry. The main issues: urban solutions, manufacturing 4.0 and the designer-industry relationship. The project was launched with the aim of establishing a path dedicated to the new culture of learning in order to accrue knowledge and know-how capable of responding to the requirements and changes at play in the creative sector. The confessionals will be realised alongside the Officina Grafica (graphics workshop) at Super – Scuola Superiore d’Arte Applicata del Castello Sforzesco.      

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Un-Learn / Re-Learn _ BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 09:30 - 20:00
  Future and learning are the overarching themes for Fuorisalone in 2019. In addition to the collaboration with Ventura Projects, BASE is presenting an exhibition entitled Un-Learn / Re-Learn. A de-instructional round up of installations and experiences designed by an array of different yet complementary thinkers, artists, innovators and designers for an interactive itinerary packed with questions, installations, talks, and experiences created by Italo Rota with Marco Cadioli, Salottobuono, Cittadellarte - Fondazione Pistoletto, Stefano Mirti and Super - Scuola Superiore d'Arte Applicata del Castello Sforzesco, to name just a few. UN-LEARN / RE-LEARN. A shape-shifting exhibition. By day providing an opportunity to delve into the transformations presented and ponder the questions posed by the designers on show, making way for unexpected perspectives and connections. At dusk there will be time to unwind, allow ideas to settle, make space for discussion and debate, and call into question everything that has so far been learnt and unlearnt. To top off the experience there will also be a programme made up of conversations, talks and workshops to invite interaction with the public. In the evening the space will open up, with music filling BASE’s covered piazza and informal networking sessions getting underway. In addition to Un-Learn / Re-Learn and the Ventura Future exhibition, BASE will present two prototypes to the public: the Design Confession and Officina BASE.    
Info 9 - 14 April Tickets available online at Mailticket. There is an entry fee of 5 euros which provides access to the Ventura Future and BASE exhibitions, as well as the evening events throughout Milano Design Week, from 9 to 14 April. Why is there an entry fee? Press preview: Monday 8 April from 10am to 7pm Opening hours - Exhibition spaces: Tuesday 9 April: 9.30am – 8pm Wednesday 10 April: 9.30am – 10pm Thursday 11, Friday 12 and Saturday 13 April: 9.30am – 8pm Sunday 14 April: 9.30am – 6pm With a musical line-up to follow in the evenings, curated by BASE Milano.  
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Open Sound Session_BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 10:00 - 03:00
RE-DESIGNING MUSIC IDENTITIES Every day from Tuesday 9 to Saturday 13 April, from dusk till 3 at night, double dancefloor:
  • In the courtyard from 8pm to 1am: DJ set with a crescendo of ambient, new world, drone, house and tribal.
  • Inside BASE Milano’s industrial spaces, a huge sound system pumping out bass music and techno.
LINE UP DAY BY DAY: Tuesday 9/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Iacopo Vocci 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance Wednesday 10/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm DaDi etro (live) 11pm-1am Luwei Thursday 11/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Velasco 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance LOUNGE 11pm-1am go-Dratta 1-3am Alioscia Bisceglia Friday 12/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Pablito el drito (RXSTNZ) 11pm-1am Luwei LOUNGE 11pm-12am Ltd Colours (Glome Sound / Circular Jaw / Orbiter-ORBTR) 12-1am DJ Vietnam (FU.ME / Orbiter-ORBTR) 1-3am Think'd (Antistandard Recs / Lounge Squatt / PURE WOOL Garden 1993) Saturday 13/04 COURTYARD 8-11pm Hausmann (AAC.live / Adventures), Hypertone (Antistandard Recs) 11pm-1am Rishi Dissidance LOUNGE 11pm-1am TAGLIABUE 1-2am Protopapa (Eurocrash) 2-3am SocksLove (Eurocrash) The nights are linked with UN-LEARN // RE-LEARN, BASE's investigative exhibition for Design Week.
  •  UN-LEARN.
Forget everything you thought you knew about the distance between dance genres: music is a living creature, constantly changing shape and flitting between dance halls, dancefloors, the streets, radio waves and the web
  •  RE-LEARN WHILE DANCING.
Techno, ambient, house, new world music, drone, bass, ambient, minimal, tribal. Where are the boundaries between dance genres? Do they still make sense? Try it out for yourself, get your body moving on the BASE dancefloor. Brought to you by Music Innovation Hub, think tank and music production company set up in 2018 in BASE.  ** From April 9th to 14th, BASE background music by MIH and Antistandard Records.**
The experiment in deconstructing and reconstructing musical identities continues during the day with the Open Sound Session installation #2 as part of BASE Milano’s UN-LEARN // RE-LEARN exhibition, where the public can enjoy mixing sounds dating back thousands of years with electronic beats and digital bases, demolishing the segregation between traditional and contemporary music, between pop and folk, acoustic and electronic, chamber music and dance, urban and country. The Open Sound Session sounds belong to the Open Sound sonic library, a collection of samples captured during the Lucan explorations conducted by the Open Sound Festival curatorial ensemble: cowbells, electric guitars, bagpipes, cupa-cupa, digital beats and arbëreshë singing. All the sounds are open source, non-proprietary, choral, and collective, generated with self-built instruments and made available online to artists all over the world for remixes or live sessions. The Open Sound Session in Milan is a preview of Open Sound Festival, an advanced experiment in musical cross-pollination, a rave, folk festival and street parade all in one. Coming late summer 2019 to Matera, European Capital of Culture 2019.
Info 9 – 14 April Tickets available online at Mailticket. The 5 euro entry fee provides access to the Ventura Future and BASE exhibitions, as well as the evening events throughout Milano Design Week, from 9 - 14 April. Why is there an entry fee?
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Public Program_BASE Design Week 2019
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 12:00 - 13:00
  Setting aside room for discussion and debate is our Public Program of talks and workshops, designed to delve into the issues raised by UN-LEARN / RE-LEARN, the exhibition produced by BASE Milano for Design Week 2019. A roster of events created to foster discussion and allow ideas to settle. Tuesday 9 April, 6-7pm OPEN SOUND WORKSHOP A guide to using a sampler, with sound engineer Marco Giordano. The samples available to play with come courtesy of the Open Sound audio library and were collected in Lucania: cowbells, electric guitars, bagpipes, cupa-cupa, and arbëreshë singing, ready to mix with electronic bases in the spirit of Open Sound Festival. All the sounds are open source, non-proprietary, choral and collective, generated with self-built instruments and made available online to artists from all over the world for remixes or live sessions. Wednesday 10 April, 6-7pm WORKSHOP - "SUPERLOCAL, 0 miles production" with Andrea de Chirico An approach to mapping and a shared reflection on our understanding of the spaces that surround us and the materials they are made of, as well as ways to encourage involvement and promote a new mentality around craftsmanship and production in general. After completing the mapping of the buildings and materials found in the local area - the Tortona district - a group of 10 people will spend an hour gathered around a map of the area, identifying places of note. Thursday 11 April, 6-7pm TALK - "Spatial exercises" with Parasite 2.0 A talk exploring a series of experiments undertaken over the years, using spatial exercise and the possibility of temporarily transforming places as a learning process. Can the act of altering the habitat through collective action turn into an exercise in learning how to deal with complex relational systems between individuals? By exploring a few experiments carried out by Parasite 2.0 in recent years, the collective will set out to talk through and reconstruct an itinerary that blends artistic, design and educational practices. Friday 12 April, 6-7pm Build Your WACOM Digital World – DESIGN SKETCHBATTLE Giulio Mosca (artist, illustrator and comic book artist), Matteo Vilardo (Product designer and teacher at IED) and Alessio Tommasetti (architect, designer and concept artist) get into debate in the longest, most crackling hour in the history of Digital Design. The battle field is the giant Wacom Cintiq Pro 32, where the three digital design professionals will challenge each other to a pixel-off. The end result will be a surprise for visitors with the courage to attend. Sunday 14 April, 12-1pm TALK - “un-learn / re-learn / re-act” with Paolo Naldini, Director of Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto, and journalist Cristina Gabetti The director of Cittadellarte-Fondazione Pistoletto, Paolo Naldini, the students who created the workshop at Cittadellarte, along with communicators, and sustainability experts delve into the question of what we need to learn today. A parliamentary classroom space in which to transform protests into opportunities to provide concrete action and shared propositions for building change. A school studying ways to regenerate every aspect of our way of life and testing these methods in reality.    
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Design Confession
09.04.19 - 14.04.19
time : 15:00 - 18:00
  EVERYTHING you always wanted to know about Design Work (but were afraid to ask) A designer’s road to creative fulfilment is strewn with often self-inflicted hurdles, alibis constructed to avoid moving forward with projects, and ideas mulled over for ages, lacking the courage needed to bring them to life. That’s why the BASE Milano portineria, located at the entrance to the ex-Ansaldo complex, will broaden its purview as an information hub by introducing the ‘Design Confession’: a full-on confessional dedicated to design, a place in which to ask all those unanswered questions, confess your “creative strife”, secrets of the trade, (im)possible dreams, regrets, second thoughts, hurdles and alibis. The Design Confession is a place where knowledge, techniques, and problem solving (both mystical and practical) get an airing. Just through the grate, ready to offer guidance, are various gurus of Italian and international design. Two confessionals, and three issues to unpack: designers and the market, Service Design and Manufacturing 4.0. When the red light comes on, it's time to 'fess up. - - - DESIGN CONFESSION. THE EXPERTS  - - - Patrick Abbattista (DesignWanted), Alessandra Barlassina (Gucki), Alberto Bassi (IUAV / Università di San Marino), Filippo Berto (BertoSalotti), Pietro Corraini (Corraini Edizioni), Chiara Diana (Frog), Maria Cristina Didero (Icon Design), Matteo Ingaramo (POLI.Design), Stefano Maffei (Politecnico di Milano), Stefano Micelli (Ca’ Foscari), Ico Migliore (Migliore+Servetto), Stefano Mirti (Interaction Design Lab), Bilge Nur (Studio Bilge Nur Saltik), Matteo Ragni (Matteo Ragni Design Studio), Italo Rota (Studio Italo Rota & Partners), Laura Traldi (designatlarge), Jasper Udink ten Cate (Creative Chef), Francesco Zurlo (Politecnico di Milano). - - - DESIGN CONFESSION. THE PROGRAMME - - - Tuesday 9 April 3-4pm: Stefano Mirti / Alessandra Barlassina 4-5pm: Italo Rota / Bilge Nur Wednesday 10 April 3-4pm: Stefano Maffei / Chiara Diana 4-5pm: Laura Traldi Thursday 11 April 3-4pm: Francesco Zurlo 4-5pm: Patrick Abbattista Friday 12 April 3-4pm: Filippo Berto / Pietro Corraini 4-5pm: StudentDesign / Enrico Bassi Saturday 13 April 3-4pm: Matteo Ragni / Maria Cristina Didero 4-5pm: Patrick Abbattista / Alberto Bassi Sunday 14 April 4-5pm: Ico Migliore You can book your confession, selecting your "confessor" and the time slot, by emailing redazione@base.milano.it (subject: Design Confession - specify day and time). It's free to take part while slots last.     The project, created in collaboration with Ventura Projects, was launched with the aim of establishing a path dedicated to the new culture of learning in order to gather information and know-how capable of responding to the requirements and changes of the creative sector. The confessionals were built by officinaBASE in collaboration with the graphics workshop at Super - Scuola Superiore d’Arti Applicate del Castello Sforzesco.  
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Press office and online PR_Non Riservato Lessons
15.04.19 - 07.05.19
time : 19:00 - 22:00
How to promote your enterprise with an integrated communications plan.  is a course from NON Riservato Lessons - 4th Edition, a training programme for management and cultural planning for the targeted development of your skills. This year NON Riservato is teaming up once again with BASE in a union born out of a shared approach to learning. Over the last few years the information world has undergone a full-on revolution. It is now more important than ever to adopt an integrated approach to working on and offline, maintaining flexibility, making careful choices int rems of message and content, and identifying suitable tools for conveying your identity. How do you go about this and where do you start when trying to define your communications strategy in this complex landscape, especially if you aren't already a titan? The course (in Italian) sets out to provide a framework of the key elements for developing an effective and integrated communications strategy - including press office, social media, online and advertising - with the aim of presenting, promoting and enhancing your project as effectively as possible: from useful, budget friendly communication tools, to optimal timings to make activity as effective as it can be; from the creation and deployment of content and language for press and social media, to the design and management of integrated communications plans. The course involves a theory segment which will provide an overview of the tools, players and dynamics on the communications scene, including case history analysis, followed by a practical element when participants will develop a communications strategy for a specific project. The workshop is aimed at freelancers, new entrepreneurs, startuppers, project designers, and cultural enterprise representatives with communications needs who are interested in learning the foundational concepts of communication to apply to their brand or project. In order to get the most out of the course, you should bring a laptop to work on. The lessons will feature digital projections and a practical segment. Areas covered: • Context and tools analysis • Communications strategy and planning • Objectives and target • Choice of suitable tools • Content, language, images • Communication timings • Media planning and media partnership • Assessment and reporting • Practical case development The teacher: Alessandra de Antonellis. An Economics graduate with a passion for art and a dual specialisation in business and culture. For more than fifteen years, Alessandra de Antonellis has been working in strategic communications, press office, and the conception and management of cultural projects on a national and international level, working with large businesses, new entrepreneurial projects, institutions, artists, designers and the public administration. After completing her studies at Bocconi University, followed by a period at the Istituto Italiano di Cultura in Paris, she spent several years working in corporate and financial communications. In 2005 she decided to exploit her experience in business communications for the benefit of the cultural industries, with the aim of developing activity and synergy between the arts, businesses, local areas and institutions, focusing particularly on projects in cultural innovation and territorial regeneration. These included LAC - Lugano Arte Cultura, BASE Milano, POLI.design, Tortona Design Week, and MAUA. She is a member of the Academy di Parole O_Stili. In 2018 it was selected by Fondazione Cariplo from over 20 Italian teams of innovative cultural startups which took part in the "innovazione culturale 4" programme. —
information: 15, 16 April and 6, 7 May 2019 7 - 10 pm
 
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Press office and online PR_Non Riservato Lessons
15.04.19 - 07.05.19
time : 19:00 - 22:00
How to promote your enterprise with an integrated communications plan.  is a course from NON Riservato Lessons - 4th Edition, a training programme for management and cultural planning for the targeted development of your skills. This year NON Riservato is teaming up once again with BASE in a union born out of a shared approach to learning. Over the last few years the information world has undergone a full-on revolution. It is now more important than ever to adopt an integrated approach to working on and offline, maintaining flexibility, making careful choices int rems of message and content, and identifying suitable tools for conveying your identity. How do you go about this and where do you start when trying to define your communications strategy in this complex landscape, especially if you aren't already a titan? The course (in Italian) sets out to provide a framework of the key elements for developing an effective and integrated communications strategy - including press office, social media, online and advertising - with the aim of presenting, promoting and enhancing your project as effectively as possible: from useful, budget friendly communication tools, to optimal timings to make activity as effective as it can be; from the creation and deployment of content and language for press and social media, to the design and management of integrated communications plans. The course involves a theory segment which will provide an overview of the tools, players and dynamics on the communications scene, including case history analysis, followed by a practical element when participants will develop a communications strategy for a specific project. The workshop is aimed at freelancers, new entrepreneurs, startuppers, project designers, and cultural enterprise representatives with communications needs who are interested in learning the foundational concepts of communication to apply to their brand or project. In order to get the most out of the course, you should bring a laptop to work on. The lessons will feature digital projections and a practical segment. Areas covered: • Context and tools analysis • Communications strategy and planning • Objectives and target • Choice of suitable tools • Content, language, images • Communication timings • Media planning and media partnership • Assessment and reporting • Practical case development The teacher: Alessandra de Antonellis. An Economics graduate with a passion for art and a dual specialisation in business and culture. For more than fifteen years, Alessandra de Antonellis has been working in strategic communications, press office, and the conception and management of cultural projects on a national and international level, working with large businesses, new entrepreneurial projects, institutions, artists, designers and the public administration. After completing her studies at Bocconi University, followed by a period at the Istituto Italiano di Cultura in Paris, she spent several years working in corporate and financial communications. In 2005 she decided to exploit her experience in business communications for the benefit of the cultural industries, with the aim of developing activity and synergy between the arts, businesses, local areas and institutions, focusing particularly on projects in cultural innovation and territorial regeneration. These included LAC - Lugano Arte Cultura, BASE Milano, POLI.design, Tortona Design Week, and MAUA. She is a member of the Academy di Parole O_Stili. In 2018 it was selected by Fondazione Cariplo from over 20 Italian teams of innovative cultural startups which took part in the "innovazione culturale 4" programme. —
information: 15, 16 April and 6, 7 May 2019 7 - 10 pm
 
cinema
ARTIFISHAL _ the Patagonia documentary
23.04.19 - 23.04.19
time : 20:30 - 23:30
  The new Patagonia documentary is about man's arrogance and the devastating costs of fish-farms and nurseries. Premier screening of ARTIFISHAL at BASE Milano. We are keen fishermen and concerned inhabitants of this planet, who see fish-farms and nurseries as part of a worrying trend: a willingness to intentionally ignore science in the pursuit of sheer political convenience. In the evening, Pier Paolo Gibertoni, Ichthyological Vet, Andrea Miccoli, professor of Biology, and Friðleifur Guðmundsson member of the North Atlantic Salmon Fund Iceland, will join us for a question and answer session after the film. All proceeds from the evening will go towards the non-profit association Free Rivers Italia.
Info Entry fee 5 euro, tickets available online or at the ticket office. Tuesday 23 April, from 8:30 to 11:30pm
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PRIVACY POLICY

Nella presente pagina vengono descritte le modalità di gestione dei dati personali degli utenti che consultano il sito e che utilizzano la struttura BASE gestita dalla società OXA S.r.l.

Trattasi di informativa resa anche ai sensi dell’art. 13 del Regolamento UE 2016/679 del Parlamento Europeo e del Consiglio del 27 aprile 2016 nonché dell’art. 13 del d.lg. n. 196/2003 (Codice in materia di protezione dei dati personali)  ai soggetti che interagiscono con i servizi web della società OXA s.r.l., accessibili per via telematica a partire dall’indirizzo www.base.milano.it  che costituisce la home page del sito della società.

La società OXA si impegna a proteggere la privacy dei propri utenti e a tutelare i dati personali raccolti su questo sito web nel rispetto nel rispetto delle leggi e dei regolamenti applicabili in materia, in particolare del summenzionato d.l. 196/2003 nonché del regolamento europeo 679/2016.

La presente informativa tiene conto anche della Raccomandazione n. 2/2001 che le autorità europee per la protezione dei dati personali, riunite nel Gruppo istituito dall’art. 29 della direttiva n. 95/46/CE, hanno adottato il 17 maggio 2001 per individuare alcuni requisiti minimi per la raccolta di dati personali on-line, e, in particolare, le modalità, i tempi e la natura delle informazioni che i titolari del trattamento devono fornire agli utenti quando questi si collegano a pagine web, indipendentemente dagli scopi del collegamento.

IL “TITOLARE” DEL TRATTAMENTO

A seguito della consultazione del presente sito web è possibile che vengano trattati dati relativi a soggetti identificati o identificabili.
Il soggetto “titolare” del trattamento di tali dati è la società OXA s.r.l., che ha sede in Milano, Via Bergognone n. 34.

LUOGO DI TRATTAMENTO DEI DATI

I trattamenti legati ai servizi web forniti dal presente sito web si verificano presso la predetta sede della società e sono curati solo da collaboratori o soci della società OXA s.r.l., incaricati del trattamento, ovvero da eventuali incaricati di occasionali opere di manutenzione.

TIPI DI DATI TRATTATI E FINALITA’ DEL TRATTAMENTO

Dati di navigazione

I sistemi informatici e le procedure software preposte al funzionamento di questo sito web acquisiscono, nel corso del loro normale esercizio, alcuni dati personali la cui trasmissione è implicita nell’uso dei protocolli di comunicazione di Internet.

Si tratta di informazioni che non sono raccolte per essere associate a interessati identificati, ma che per loro stessa natura potrebbero, attraverso elaborazioni ed associazioni con dati in possesso di terzi, permettere di identificare gli utenti.

In questa categoria di dati rientrano gli indirizzi IP o i nomi a dominio dei computer utilizzati dagli utenti che si connettono al sito, gli indirizzi in notazione URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) delle risorse richieste, l’orario della richiesta, il metodo utilizzato nel sottoporre la richiesta al server, la dimensione del file ottenuto in risposta, il codice numerico indicante lo stato della risposta data dal server (buon fine, errore, ecc.) ed altri parametri relativi al sistema operativo e all’ambiente informatico dell’utente.

Questi dati vengono utilizzati al solo fine di ricavare informazioni statistiche anonime sull’uso del sito e per controllarne il corretto funzionamento e vengono cancellati immediatamente dopo l’elaborazione. I dati potrebbero essere utilizzati per l’accertamento di responsabilità in caso di ipotetici reati informatici ai danni del sito.

Dati forniti volontariamente dall’utente

L’invio facoltativo, esplicito e volontario di posta elettronica agli indirizzi indicati su questo sito comporta la successiva acquisizione dell’indirizzo del mittente, necessario per rispondere alle richieste, nonché degli eventuali altri dati personali inseriti nella missiva.

I dati personali conferiti dagli utenti i quali presentino richieste di servizi vengono utilizzati al fine di eseguire il servizio domandato e non vengono comunicati a soggetti terzi, salvo che ciò sia necessario al fine di fornire la prestazione richiesta.

In corrispondenza delle singole prestazioni e/o servizi offerti gli utenti riceveranno le specifiche informative in materia di dati personali rese ai sensi dell’art. 13 d.lgs. 196/2003 e dell’art. 13 del regolamento 679/2016.

Cookies

Per rendere la consultazione del nostro sito più facile e intuitiva facciamo uso di cookie.

I cookie sono piccoli pezzi di dati che ci permettono di confrontare i visitatori presenti e passati e di capire come gli utenti a navigano attraverso il nostro sito. Usiamo le informazioni raccolte attraverso i cookie per rendere l’esperienza di navigazione più piacevole e più efficiente per il futuro. I cookie non memorizzano informazioni personali su un utente e tutti i dati utili ad identificarlo non vengono memorizzati. Se si desidera disabilitare l’uso dei cookie è necessario personalizzare le impostazioni del computer impostando la cancellazione di tutti i cookie o l’attivazione di un messaggio di avviso quando i cookie vengono memorizzati. Per procedere senza modificare l’applicazione del cookie proseguire la navigazione.

Si prega di visitare AboutCookies.org per ulteriori informazioni sui cookie e su come essi influenzano l’esperienza di navigazione.

Che tipo di cookie stiamo usando?

Cookie Essenziali

Questi cookie sono essenziali al fine di consentire di navigare sul sito web e di utilizzarne a pieno i contenuti, ad esempio accedendo alle varie aree protette del sito. Senza questi cookie determinati servizi necessari, come ad esempio la compilazione dei moduli per i servizi offerti, non possono essere utilizzati.

Cookie di prestazioni e di funzionalità

Questi cookie raccolgono informazioni su come gli utenti utilizzano un sito web, ad esempio con riguardo alle pagine maggiormente visitate, oppure se compaiono messaggi di errore nel corso della navigazione. Questi cookie non raccolgono informazioni che consentono l’identificazione di un visitatore.

Tutte le informazioni raccolte attraverso i cookie sono raccolte in forma aggregata e, conseguentemente, anonima. Tali cookie sono utilizzati solo per migliorare il funzionamento del sito web.
Utilizzando il nostro sito web l’utente accetta che tali cookie possano essere installati sul suo dispositivo.

Non sono utilizzati cookies di profilazione/non tecnici.

Gestione dei cookie

Se si desidera consentire i cookie, si prega di seguire i passi di seguito riportati:

Google Chrome

  1. Fare clic su “Strumenti” nella parte superiore della finestra del browser e selezionare “Opzioni”
    2. Fare clic sulla scheda ‘Under the Hood’, trovare la sezione ‘Privacy’, e selezionare “Impostazioni contenuti”
  2. Selezionare ‘Consenti dati locali da impostare’

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0

  1. Fare clic su “Strumenti” nella parte superiore della finestra del browser e selezionare “Opzioni Internet”, quindi fare clic su ‘Privacy’
  2. Per abilitare i cookie nel proprio browser, assicurarsi che il livello di privacy è impostato su Medio o al di sotto,
  3. Impostare il livello di privacy sopra Medio si disattiva l’uso dei cookie.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Fare clic su “Strumenti” nella parte superiore della finestra del browser e seleziona “Opzioni”
  2. quindi selezionare l’icona Privacy

3.Fare clic su Cookie e selezionare ‘Consenti siti utilizzano i cookie’

Safari

  1. Fare clic sull’icona Cog nella parte superiore della finestra del browser e seleziona “Preferenze”
  2. Fare clic su ‘Protezione’, selezionare l’opzione che dice “cookie di terze parti di blocco per la pubblicità”
  3. Fare clic su ‘Salva’

Come gestire i cookie su un Mac

Se si desidera consentire i cookie, si prega di seguire le istruzioni riportate di seguito:

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 su OSX

  1. Fare clic su ‘Esplora’ nella parte superiore della finestra del browser e seleziona “Preferenze”
    2. Scorrere verso il basso fino a visualizzare “Cookie” sotto ricezione di file
  2. Selezionare l’opzione ‘Non chiedere’

Safari su OSX

  1. Fare clic su ‘Safari’ nella parte superiore della finestra del browser e seleziona “Preferenze”
    2. Fare clic su ‘Sicurezza’ e poi ‘Accetta i cookie’
  2. Selezionare “Solo dal sito”

Mozilla e Netscape su OSX

  1. Fare clic su ‘Mozilla’ o ‘Netscape’ nella parte superiore della finestra del browser e seleziona “Preferenze”
  2. Scorrere verso il basso fino a visualizzare i cookie sotto ‘Privacy e sicurezza’
  3. Selezionare ‘Abilita i cookie per il sito di origine’

Opera

  1. Fare clic su ‘Menu’ nella parte superiore della finestra del browser e selezionare “Impostazioni”
    2. Quindi selezionare “Preferenze”, selezionare ‘Avanzate’
  2. Quindi selezionare ‘Accetta i cookie’

Cookie di Terze Parti

Visitando un sito web è possibile ricevere i cookie sia dal sito è visitato ( “cookie padroni”), sia da siti web gestiti da altre organizzazioni ( “cookie terzi”). Un esempio notevole è la presenza di “social plugin” per Facebook, Twitter, Google+ e LinkedIn. Essi sono generati direttamente da tali siti ed integrati nella pagina del sito ospite. L’uso più comune dei “social plugin” è quello di condividere i contenuti sui social network.

La presenza di questi plug in comporta la trasmissione di cookie da e per tutti i siti gestiti da terzi. La gestione delle informazioni raccolte da “terzi” è disciplinata dalle pertinenti informazioni cui si rinvia.

Per garantire una maggiore trasparenza e convenienza, sono mostrate sotto gli indirizzi web di informazione e il modo di gestire i cookie diverso.

Facebook info:
https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/ Facebook (configurazione): accesso al tuo account. Sezione privacy.

Twitter info:
https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170514 Twitter (configurazione): https://twitter.com/settings/security

Informazioni Linkedin:
https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie-policy Linkedin (configurazione): https://www.linkedin.com/settings/

Informazioni Google+:
http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/cookies/ Google+ (configurazione): http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/managing/

Google Analytics

Questo sito web utilizza altresì Google Analytics, un servizio di analisi web fornito da Google, Inc. ( “Google”). Google Analytics utilizza dei “ookie, che sono file di testo depositati sul Vostro computer per consentire al sito web di analizzare come gli utenti utilizzano il sito. Le informazioni generate dal cookie sull’utilizzo del sito web (compreso il Vostro indirizzo IP anonimo) verranno trasmesse a, e depositate presso i server di Google negli Stati Uniti. Google utilizzerà queste informazioni allo scopo di esaminare il Vostro utilizzo del sito web, compilare report sulle attività del sito web per gli operatori e fornire altri servizi relativi alle attività del sito web e all’utilizzo di Internet. Google può anche trasferire queste informazioni a terzi, se richiesto dalla legge o laddove tali terzi trattino le suddette informazioni per conto di Google. Google non assocerà il vostro indirizzo IP a nessun altro dato posseduto da Google. Potete rifiutarvi di usare i cookies selezionando l’impostazione appropriata sul vostro browser, ma si prega di notare che se si esegue questa operazione, non si può essere in grado di utilizzare tutte le funzionalità di questo sito web. Utilizzando il presente sito web, voi acconsentite al trattamento dei Vostri dati da parte di Google per le modalità ei fini sopraindicati.

Potete impedire a Google di controllare i cookie generati dall’utilizzo del nostro sito web (compreso l’indirizzo IP) e tutta l’elaborazione di questo informazioni, scaricando e installando questo plugin per il vostro browser: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=it.

FACOLTATIVITA’ DEL CONFERIMENTO DEI DATI

A parte quanto specificato per i dati di navigazione, l’utente è libero di fornire i dati personali riportati nei form presenti sul sito della società OXA o comunque indicati in contatti con la società per sollecitare eventuali invii di newsletter, di materiale informativo o di altre comunicazioni.
Il loro mancato conferimento può comportare l’impossibilità di ottenere quanto richiesto.

MODALITA’ DEL TRATTAMENTO

I dati personali sono trattati con strumenti automatizzati per il tempo strettamente necessario a conseguire gli scopi per cui sono stati raccolti.
I medesimi dati possono essere ceduti a terzi per le stesse finalità per i quali vengono trattati dalla società.
Specifiche misure di sicurezza sono osservate per prevenire la perdita dei dati, usi illeciti o non corretti ed accessi non autorizzati.

DIRITTI DEGLI INTERESSATI

I soggetti cui si riferiscono i dati personali hanno il diritto in qualunque momento di ottenere la conferma dell’esistenza o meno dei medesimi dati e di conoscerne il contenuto e l’origine, verificarne l’esattezza o chiederne l’integrazione o l’aggiornamento, oppure la rettificazione o la completa cancellazione (ex art. 7 del Codice in materia di protezione dei dati personali ed ex art. 15 del Regolamento Europeo).

Ai sensi del medesimo articolo si ha il diritto di chiedere la cancellazione, la trasformazione in forma anonima o il blocco dei dati trattati in violazione di legge, nonché di opporsi in ogni caso, per motivi legittimi, al loro trattamento.

Le richieste vanno rivolte:

– via e-mail, all’indirizzo: info@base.milano.it;

 


 

PRIVACY POLICY

This page describes the procedures for the management of our web site as regards of the processing of personal data of users that are visiting the website or the BASE location, managed by OXA S.r.l..

This information is provided in accordance with Art. 13 of the European Regulation EU 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council and Art. 13 of the Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 –  to any entity that have to interact with the web-based services that are made available by OXA s.r.l. accessible electronically from the address www.base.milano.it which corresponds to the home page of our official web site.

OXA company is committed to protecting the privacy of its users and to protect personal information collected on this website in compliance in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, in particular the aforementioned Decree Law 196/2003 and the European Regulation.

The information provided is also based on the guidelines contained in Recommendation no. 2/2001, which was adopted on 17 May 2001 by the European data protection authorities within the Working Party set up under Article 29 of European Directive 95/46/EC in order to lay down minimum requirements for the collection of personal data online – especially with regard to arrangements, timing and contents of the information to be provided by data controllers to users visiting web pages for whatever purpose.

DATA CONTROLLER

Following the consultation of this website it may be processed data concerning identified or identifiable persons.

The data controller is the company OXA s.r.l., which is based in Milan, Via Bergognone n. 34.

PLACE WHERE DATA IS PROCESSED

The processing operations related to the web-based services that are made available via this website are carried out at the office of the Company OXA s.r.l. exclusively by technical staff in charge of said processing, or else by persons tasked with such maintenance activities as may be necessary from time to time.

CATEGORIES OF PROCESSED DATA

Navigation Data

The computer systems and software procedures used to operate this web site acquire, during their normal operations, some personal data whose transmission is implicit in the use of internet communication protocol.

This information is not collected to be associated with identified, but by their very nature could, through processing and association with data held by third parties, to identify users.

This category of data includes IP addresses or domain names of computers used by users connecting to the site, URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) of requested resources, time of request, the method used to submit the request to the server, the size of the file obtained in reply, the numerical code indicating the status of the response from the server (successful, error, etc..) and other parameters regarding the operating system and computer environment.

These data are only used to extract anonymous statistical information on website use as well as to check its functioning; they are erased immediately after being processed. The data might be used to establish liability in case computer crimes are committed against the website.

Data Provided Voluntarily by Users

Sending e-mail messages to the addresses mentioned on this website, which is done on the basis of a freely chosen, explicit, and voluntary option, entails acquisition of the sender’s address, which is necessary in order to reply to any request, as well as of such additional personal data as is contained in the messages.

The personal data provided by users who submit requests for services are used in order to execute the demanded service and are not disclosed to third parties unless this is necessary in order to provide the required performance.

Specific summary information notices will be shown and/or displayed on the pages that are used for providing services on demand in accordance to art. 13 d.l. 196/2003

Cookies

To make our site easier and intuitively make use of cookies. Cookies are small pieces of data that allow us to compare the new visitors and past and understand how users navigate through our site. We use information collected through cookies to make the browsing experience more enjoyable and more efficient in the future.

Cookies do not store any personal information about a user and any identifiable data will not be stored. If you want to disable the use of cookies is necessary to customize the settings on your computer by setting the deletion of all cookies or activating a warning message when cookies are being stored. To proceed without modifying the application of the cookie simply continue navigation.

Please visit AboutCookies.org for more information about cookies and how they influence your navigation experience.

What kind of cookies are we using?

Essential Cookie

These cookies are essential in order to allow you to move around the site and make full use of its features, such as access the various protected areas of the site. Without these cookies certain necessary services, such as filling out a form for a competition, can not be enjoyed.

Performance cookie

These cookies collect information about how visitors use a website, for example, which pages are most visited, if you get error messages from web pages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor. All information collected through cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous. They are only used to improve the operation of a website.

If you want to allow cookies from our site, please follow the steps below.

Cookie functionality

These cookies collect information about how visitors use a website, for example, which pages are most visited, if you get error messages from web pages. These cookies do not collect information that identifies a visitor. All information collected through cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous. They are only used to improve the operation of a website.

By using our website, you agree that these cookies may be installed on your device.

How can you manage with your cookie

If you want to allow cookies from our site, please follow the steps below,

Google Chrome

  1. Click on “Tools” at the top of the browser window and select Options
    Click on the tab ‘Under the Hood’, find the section ‘Privacy’, and select the “Content Settings”
    3. Now select ‘Allow local data to be set‘

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0

  1. Click on “Tools” at the top of the browser window and select ‘Internet Options’, then click on the ‘Privacy’
  2. To enable cookies in your browser, make sure that the privacy level is set to Medium or below,
  3. Setting the level of privacy over the Middle you disable the use of cookies.

Mozilla Firefox

  1. Click on “Tools” at the top of the browser window and select “Options”
  2. Then select the Privacy icon
  3. Click Cookies and select ‘Allow sites use cookies‘

Safari

  1. Click on the icon Cog at the top of the browser window and select “Preferences”
  2. Click on ‘Protection‘, select the option that says ‘block third-party cookies for advertising‘
  3. Click on ‘Save‘

How to manage cookies on a Mac

If you want to allow cookies from our site, please follow the steps below:

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 su OSX

  1. Click on ‘Explore‘ at the top of the browser window and select “Preferences”
  2. Scroll down until you see “Cookies” under Receiving Files
  3. Select the option ‘Do not ask‘

Safari su OSX

  1. Click on ‘Safari‘ at the top of the browser window and select “Preferences”
  2. Click on the ‘Security‘ and then ‘Accept cookies’
  3. Select “Only from the site“

Mozilla e Netscape su OSX

  1. Click on ‘Mozilla’ or ‘Netscape’ at the top of the browser window and select “Preferences”
  2. Scroll down until you see cookies under ‘Privacy and Security‘
  3. Select ‘Enable cookies for the originating web site‘

Opera

  1. Click on ‘Menu‘ at the top of the browser window and select “Settings”
  2. Then select “Preferences“, select ‘Advanced’
  3. Then select ‘Accept cookies‘

Third Parties Cookies

Visiting a website you may receive cookies from the site is visited (“owners”), both from websites maintained by other organizations (“third parties”). A notable example is the presence of “social plugin” for Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn. It is part of the page visited directly generated by these sites and integrated into site page host. The most common use of social plugin is aimed at sharing content on social networks.

The presence of these plug-in involves the transmission of cookies to and from all sites operated by third parties. The management of the information collected by “third parties” shall be governed by the relevant information which please refer. To ensure greater transparency and convenience, are shown below the web addresses of different information and ways to manage cookies.
Facebook info: https://www.facebook.com/help/cookies/

Facebook (configuration):
access to your account. Privacy area.

Twitter info:
https://support.twitter.com/articles/20170514

Twitter (configuration):
https://twitter.com/settings/security

Linkedin info:
https://www.linkedin.com/legal/cookie-policy

Linkedin (configuration):
https://www.linkedin.com/settings/

Google+ info:
http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/cookies/

Google+ (configuration):
http://www.google.it/intl/it/policies/technologies/managing/

Google Analytics

This website uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google, Inc. (“Google”).Google Analytics uses “cookies”, which are text files placed on your computer to help the website analyze how users use the site. The information generated by the cookie about your use of the website (including your IP address anonymous) will be transmitted to and stored by Google on servers in the United States. Google will use this information for the purpose of evaluating your use of the website, compiling reports on website activity for the operators and providing other services relating to website activity and internet usage. Google may also transfer this information to third parties unless required by law or where such third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data held by Google. You may refuse the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings on your browser, however please note that if you do this you may not be able to use all features of this website. By using this website, you consent to the processing of data about you by Google in the manner and purposes set out above.
You can stop Google to check your cookie generated by the use of our website(Include Ip Address) and all the elaboration about this info, downloading and installing this plugin for your browser: http://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout?hl=en

OPTIONAL DATA PROVISION

Apart from that specified for navigation data, the user is free to provide personal data contained in the form on the company’s website or indicated in contacts with the company to solicit any mailings of newsletters, information material or other communications.

Failure to provide such data may entail the failure to be provided with the items requested.

PROCESSING ARRANGEMENTS

Personal data is processed with automated means for no longer than is necessary to achieve the purposes for which it has been collected.

The same data can be transferred to third parties for the same purposes for which they are treated by society.

Specific security measures are implemented to prevent the data from being lost, used unlawfully and/or inappropriately, and accessed without authorisation.

DATA SUBJECTS’ RIGHTS

Data subjects are entitled at any time to obtain confirmation of the existence of personal data concerning them and be informed of their contents and origin, verify their accuracy, or else request that such data be supplemented, updated or rectified or completely removed (Art. 7 of Legislative Decree no. 196/2003 and Art. 15 of the European Regulation).

The above Section also provides for the right to request erasure, anonymisation or blocking of any data that is processed in breach of the law as well as to object in all cases, on legitimate grounds, to processing of the data.

All requests should be emailed to info@base.milano.it

 

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