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Ciclostile Architettura | Pixel art

Urban Design Ciclostile Architettura | Pixel art

Ciclostile Architettura | Pixel artThe goal of the event “Where are you?” promoted by CEFA for World Food Day was to focus the attention of the citizens of Bologna with a performance that can show that, with participation we can defeat hunger all together.

Ciclostile Architettura | Pixel art

© Diego Zanetti

Ciclostile Architettura | Pixel art

© Diego Zanetti

Ciclostile Architettura | Pixel art

© Diego Zanetti

The proposal has recreated an unusual scene, captivating and engaging. Ten thousand dishes were arranged in a grid of abscissas and ordinates as pixels that make up an image. At the tolling of the noon all the dishes have been turned upside down in unison, forming an image of a tractor, symbol of victory over the hunger.

Ciclostile Architettura | Pixel art

Ciclostile Architettura | Pixel art
Location: Piazza Maggiore, Bologna, Italy
Design: Ciclostile Architettura 
Architects: Giacomo Beccari, Gaia Calamosca, Alessandro Miti
Date: 16 ottobre 2011, giornata mondiale per l’alimentazione
Promoter: CEFA
Project’s supporters: New Holland, Emil Banca, Coop Adriatica, Ethical Banking, Festa dell’Unità, Movimento Cristiano Lavoratori, Resto del Carlino, Papilla Tv, Radio Nettuno, Dico, Comune e Provincia di Bologna, Regione Emilia Romagna, Comitato Italiano di Sovranità Alimentare
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