Matteo Rubbi ha portato Il Gioco dell’Oca all’ASU Art Museum in Arizona. In una giornata aperta a tutti, i partecipanti hanno disegnato animali veri e inventati, per comporre un grande gioco dell’oca sparso in tutte le sale del museo. Il viaggio cominciato da Marco Colombaioni a Valledoria, in Sardegna,nell’agosto del 2009 e proseguito alla Gamec di Bergamo nel settembre del 2011, arriva ora fino a Tempe. Più info qui.
Join us Saturday June 2nd for The Great Game of the Goose (Il Grande Gioco Dell’Oca)
Matteo Rubbi, a visiting artist in the Museum’s new International Artist Residency program, winner of the prestigious Furla Foundation Prize, and a member of Cherimus, an Italian artist collective, will help visitors transform the museum into a large board game!
Participants will help make game pieces and the rules for the game. We will play the game at noon and again at 2 p.m., and please come before the game time to make pieces. The entire board game will become part of the education department’s collection, so we can play again.
The workshop is inspired by Marco Colombaioni’s “Game of Goose,”
which was initially conducted in a Sardinian village in Italy in 2009.
Also check out the exhibition Emerge: Redesigning the Future, in the Museum’s Top Gallery, which will be full of fun family activities.