Abitare il Tempo – Pelle d’Asino: sintesi sotto il manto (literally, Living Time – Donkey skin: synthesis under the mantle) is an installation in 2006 in Verona. A story, a retrospective and a revision of Patricia Urquiola’s work and influences. It keeps an eye to the iconographic meaning of the skin of objects – a debate which involves other spheres of design, such as graphics and architecture. New doubts, interests, and research are born from the possibilities offered by quantity control, and many other increasingly complex technologies.
with Martino Berghinz