Trieste, Italy - In an exciting prelude to the upcoming BID23ART main exhibition, we are thrilled to announce that the innovative Seed Module will partner with BID and find its place in a new square in Trieste, emerging following the demolition of the "Sala Tripcovich" building.
This unique urban installation represents a bold statement, signifying the convergence of art, architecture, and community engagement. The Seed Module is more than just a functional space; it's a work of art in itself. With its reflective surfaces and captivating design, it promises to transform the aesthetics of the new square, inviting passersby to interact and explore.
The placement of the Seed Module aligns with a broader urban regeneration project. It seeks to revitalize and reimagine the potential of a previously underutilized space, breathing new life into a cherished corner of Trieste.
Seed x BID23ART will become a unique and attractive information point, introducing the community to fresh perspectives on art and architecture. Why Seed? Because it perfectly embodies this edition's BID theme. In fact, one of the standout features of the Seed Module is its adaptability and minimal environmental impact. It can be easily installed in various locations without leaving a trace.
Community Engagement: Seed will promote interaction, conversation, and the sharing of ideas, further enriching Trieste's cultural landscape.
A Glimpse into the Future: As a prelude to the main exhibition, the Seed Module sets the stage for what promises to be a dynamic and innovative art show. It symbolizes the forward-thinking spirit of BID23ART, which seeks to embrace change and innovation.
We invite everyone to visit and experience the Seed Module in person. It's an unmissable teaser for the artistic event that awaits the opening of the main exhibition.
Stay tuned for further updates as we prepare for the grand opening of "Breathing with the World" on October 27, 2023. This is just the beginning of an artistic journey that will bring the world to Trieste's doorstep, in the Old Port of Trieste.