L’Italia in cerchio
Italia in cerchio. 2010. 2010. Prototype games loosely based on the 1934’s edition of the Tour of Italy, Stage Firenze-Bologna. Game prototype by Fiammetta Caime and Matteo Rubbi.
A choral work composed by a series of games invented by a group of artists and friends who set out a new and crazy map of Italy. The full game, entirely feasible in succession, is left to the public, along with dice, cards, checkers and rules.
The starting point of the work lies in the genesis of a game, made up of rules being drawn, close to sharing, testing, negotiation. Each player is expected to discuss a rule, to imagine a new one, to invent a plot, a possible ending.
Italia in cerchio. 2010. Stage Livorno-Pisa, Game prototype by Iris Touliatou. Ph: Jacopo Menzani
Italia in cerchio. 2010. Stage Roma-Napoli, Game prototype by Pedro Barateiro. Ph: Jacopo Menzani
Italia in cerchio. 2010. Stage Bassano del Grappa-Milano. Game prototype by Giovanni Giaretta.
Italia in cerchio. 2010. Stage Campobasso-Teramo. Game prototype by Cleo Fariselli.
Italia in cerchio. 2010. Stage Pisa-Roma. Game prototype by Emiliana Sabiu.
Italia in cerchio. 2010. Stage Torino-Genova. Game prototype by Dafne Boggeri.
Italia in cerchio. 2010. Stage Napoli-Bari. Game prototype by Marco Colombaioni.
Italia in cerchio. 2010. Stage Teramo-Ancona. Game prototype by Michele Gabriele
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