WILD THINKING | Wilderness: from being an obstacle to a new way of thinking A public meeting curated by Antonio Irre With prof. Annalisa Metta, prof. Piero Dominici and Caterina Benincasa Recorded interviews to prof. Ninkovic and prof. Castiello UZBEKISTAN NATIONAL PAVILLION – LA BIENNALE DI VENEZIA | Saturday 12th, November | 3.30 p.m.-5.30 p.m….


On Sept. 10, 2022 Padua-based artist Antonio Irre will be hosted at the National Pavilion of Uzbekistan at the Venice Art Biennale with his latest show PLANT STILLNESS. Debuting at the 59th International Art Exhibition La Biennale di Venezia, the National Pavilion of Uzbekistan presents Dixit Algorizmi – The Garden of Knowledge, curated and designed…


I was selected to take part to “The Panoptic Garden”, a one-week intensive program organized by the Uzbekistan National Pavillion at Biennale di Venezia (Arsenale pavillion). It has been a great experience, I had the opportunity to discuss about my art&science research on plant communication and learn so much about other artists, and about Uzbekistan…


A new show about PLANT COMMUNICATION was presented on SUPERMARKET ART FAIR in Stockholm, Sweden, to a public of art professional. Finally out, this work was in my head for many years, and it is part of the research betweeen Art&Science that I am carrying on, you can check more at the page

PLart – video reportage of PHASE 1

I finally mounted the interviews that I took this summer to the group of researchers I am cooperating with, for PLart project. Thi is part of my first residency at Ecology Center, SLU University, Uppsala, Sweden. Enjoy the talks!

PLart – Part 1, Day 2

Today I started working hard. Using a perfectly-working bus system, I arrived at Ekologicentrum of Swedish University of Agricultural Studies, where prof. Velemir Ninkovic warmly welcomed me. We met with Anna Lundmark of the Communication Department to make the last arrangements for the itinerant play that I am going to perform tomorrow (see more at…

PLart – Part 1, Day 1

25°C and a shining sun welcome me in Uppsala. During the morning, after a delicious cinnamon bun along the river, I was welcomed by Rebecka Wigh Abrahamsson, curator at Uppsala Konstmuseum (Uppsala Art Museum). I was lucky enough to visit part of the exhibition by Alvaro Campo, Time Observatory, even if the museum was closed…