What the FAQ, Sineglossa !

What the FAQ, Sineglossa !

About us

Sineglossa applies contemporary art research and thought processes to non-artistic contexts-businesses, scientific research centres, public administrations – with the aim of stimulating the emersion of new models of development. The world we live in confronts us with enormous challenges, from the urgency to tackle climate change, to rethinking the future of humanity in the post-Covid era up to the technological revolution represented by artificial intelligence: to respond to these challenges it is necessary to change the way we act, and first of all the way we think. Artists have the skills to help create new models. Not only techniques, but also personal competences, the so- called soft skills: artists break pre-established patterns by generating disruptive ideas, creatin gempathic relationships, learning from failures: these skills, these soft skills, are the same that characterize innovative processes, what is needed is to put in contact the artists with the contexts in which innovation is produced. We are the enzyme that makes this connection possible.

IN WHICH FIELD DOES THE ORGANIZATION WORK AND WHAT STRATEGIES DOES IT APPLY?

Our strategy runs on a double track: research and action. On one hand there are the research projects, through which we investigate the needs related to economic and social innovation, developing new methodologies in response to the identified needs; on the other, there are the interventions that we conceive and implement, facilitating the creation of ecosystems in which different stakeholders work together towards the same goal. To raise public awareness on our issues and spread the best practices we discover around the world, we curate a yearly traveling festival, art + b = love (?), the first in Italy dedicated to the innovative power of art.

HOW CAN WE CREATE CULTURAL INNOVATION IN OUR COUNTRY?

By taking culture out of the places dedicated to culture. We cannot speak of cultural innovation as long as the collective imagination relegates culture to the only role of “entertainment producer”.