Project and people

Profile

Wild Mazzini is an art gallery in Turin founded by Clement Adami, Federica Biasio and Davide Fuschi in 2018, with the aim of promoting artists who use information design techniques to create pieces that generate a synthesis between complexity and creativity.

The gallery collaborates with both emerging and well known artists, respecting their approach and supporting them to do exhibitions that investigate new perspectives and attract different audiences. Wild Mazzini develops personal, thematic or collective alternative paths in his relationship with artists.

Moving the artworks out of fields such as publishing, science, marketing or journalism, Wild Mazzini invites the viewer to reconsider the selected pieces as snapshots able to represent micro and macro, flows and boundaries, relations and proportions linked to information and complex processes.

Because of this, Wild Mazzini dialogues with its customers to interpret their passions and feelings, and propose artworks that allow to extend the gaze and learn to appreciate styles and narratives of contemporary artists and designers.
The gallery also provides consultancy services for companies and creates site-specific installations.

Team

Clemente Adami

GALLERY MANAGER
Craftsman and tireless cyclist.
He coordinates the exhibitions and the management of the gallery.

Federica Biasio

PRESS OFFICE & PR
Continuously moving between Turin and Milan.
She is in charge of media relations.

Davide Fuschi

CURATOR
He sleeps not much and reads too much.
He oversees the planning and relations with the artists.

Information design

The purpose of information design is to read, analyze and understand social, cultural, economic, environmental and scientific events, transforming them visually without losing their complexity.

The first examples date back to the end of the 18th century but only a decade ago some designers began to develop a true poetics, able to go beyond traditional schemes, to create works where precise expressive codes are influenced both by the social and cultural field and by personal experience.

In this video, David McCandless explains what it means to turn complex information sets such as global military spending, Facebook states and more into visually effective diagrams. It proposes an information architecture that can map out unique paths and connections that could change our point of view.

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