Sin dall’antichità, l’olfatto è conosciuto per le sue qualità emozionali, capaci di influenzare la nostra percezione del mondo e di condizionare il nostro stesso benessere. Ma i profumi e gli odori non rientrano solo nella sfera emotiva: la nostra società li ha intrecciati anche a complessi “meccanismi” tecnici, commerciali e di marketing, non sempre facili da decifrare. Di questo si parlerà il 24 ottobre alle 18 nell’ex Asilo Ciani di Lugano, per il ciclo “Arte in Azienda” promosso dalla Facoltà di scienze della comunicazione dell’USI (Università della Svizzera Italiana).
The olfactory dimension of automobility is the core theme of a recent essay by Claus Noppeney published in “Das Magazin” a weekly supplement to several Swiss newspapers.
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The Geneva newspaper, Le Courrier, has published an article by Samuel Schellenberg on olfactory art, C’est dans l’air!, which features the Scent Culture Institute and our Kunstmuseum Thun series, as well as olfactory artist Peter de Cupere, Mike Bouche’s The Zurich Load at Manifesta 11, and Museum Tinguely‘s “Belle Haleine: The Scent of Art.
Here are some snapshots of the ongoing exhibition at Kunstmuseum Thun.
The city of Bern runs a lively blog that monthly discusses business related issues in the economic area of the Swiss capital. Through it, a diverse selection of people from business, culture, civil service and society engage in public discourse. In this context, Claus Noppeney identifies “olfactory milestones” in the remarkable history of the city and shows how this tradition leads to current product innovation.
The NZZ (Neue Zürcher Zeitung), the Swiss newspaper of record, published a review of the Belle Haleine: The […]
“Interdisciplinarity” is the common theme of three videos Bern University of Applied Sciences recently posted on YouTube. One of the videos features scent culture and related research projects based at Bern University of the Arts and the Business School, two departments at Bern University of Applied Sciences. So far, the interdisciplinary approach has brought together professionals from diverse disciplines including social science, media art, visual communication, management research, psychology and curating.
Die Kunst setzt an, ein unbekanntes Terrain zu betreten. Das Feld riecht und markiert einen künstlerischen Anfang: Kunst, die den Riechsinn bedient.
An article published in “Horizons – the Swiss magazine for scientific research” tells the “making of” story of the initial research project “Wissensduft”:
The Zurich based NZZ published an overview on the current landscape of art & olfaction by Claus Noppeney & Nada Endrissat:
20 Minuten (English: 20 Minutes, said Twenty Minutes) is a free daily newspaper in Switzerland. Thanks to the substantial support of the […]