art objects require luminous architectural spaces in order to be displayed, but they also need design objects in order to be used and admired.
flash mob is something between an object “to be looked at” and “for looking at” places of architecture and art.
it was presented at the first edition of “inside art” by saporiti italia at the arnaldo pomodoro foundation in milan and as part of a research workshop at which different design paths intersect to create objects suitable for large
exhibition spaces, as well as offices and public/private settings.
as proof that flash mob has two different souls, where artwork and consumer object design intersect, the artist paola pivi has chosen a pair of flash mobs that were part of one of her exhibitions curated by the trussardi foundation entitled: my religion is kindness. thank you, see you in the future.