Una minima garanzia in caso di controlli. In lontananza, oltre il campo di pomodori che le donne che lavorano per Abu Hamza stanno ripulendo dalle erbacce, si intravedono le serre. Nonostante il Jordan Compact sono pochi i migranti siriani che hanno un permesso di lavoro, cosa che li espone al rischio di non essere pagati. Questo sito utilizza cookie esclusivamente di natura tecnica e statistica in forma anonima. Utilizzandoli pertanto difficilmente si corre il rischio di non possedere il software o il dispositivo hardware adatto per leggerli.
In generale gli svantaggi derivano dalla mancanza di compressione del testo che aumenta lo spazio occupato dall'eBook sul supporto di memorizzazione e dal fatto che si adattano male ad essere utilizzati su dispositivi portatili dotati di schermi di piccole dimensioni come i palmari. I formati appositamente ideati per gli ebook hanno generalmente il vantaggio di essere adatti a piattaforme dotate di meno risorse hardware rispetto ai computer desktop. Spesso infatti prevedono la riduzione delle dimensioni del testo e si adattano meglio ad essere visualizzati sui piccoli schermi dei dispositivi portatili.
Questo tipo di formato presenta diversi svantaggi tra cui: Libri che si possono toccare, libri che si possono odorare, libri dai quali possiamo dipendere. L'avvento degli eBook ha tuttavia sollevato anche una serie di problematiche.
Nel tentativo di combattere questa piaga, il 27 maggio l'Alta Corte inglese ha decretato per i 5 grandi fornitori di servizi internet del Regno Unito - BT, EE, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media - l'obbligo di interdire l'accesso a 7 siti internet accusati di offrire in maniera illegale un totale di 10 milioni di eBook . L'Associazione italiana editori Aie , ha recentemente reso noto le impressionanti cifre che testimoniano l'ampia diffusione della pirateria di ebook.
Infatti, analizzando i dati, emerge che in Italia, su 19 mila ebook, ben 15 mila sono disponibili nella versione pirata.
Coloro che caricano sul web internet illegalmente, non agiscono in maniera disinteressata, ma per guadagnarne. Chi mette on line file riceve denaro dal servizio hosting, in base alla dimensioni e alle migliaia di scaricamenti. Inoltre, ne ricavano profitto le compagnie pubblicitarie che forniscono le inserzioni ai servizi di hosting e i provider di servizi finanziari attraverso cui i pagamenti possono avvenire anonimamente. We begin with the classic portrait of a worker from Bologna taken by Enrico Pasquali , followed by images of equipment and tools produced by the Officine Minganti in the midth century, and abandoned packaging machines photographed by Gabriele Basilico in a Bologna factory while it was being taken down and reconverted.
William Guerrieri shows the abandonment of an industrial dairy in San Faustino, near Rubiera, in his project Dairy ; photographs by Paola De Pietri depict the traditional process of ceramic production, while large-format images by Carlo Valsecchi reveal industries at the cutting edge of technology. The change brought on by increased speed on roadways and new railway lines appears in the photographs of Tim Davis, John Gossage , Walter Niedermayr , and Bas Princen showing the construction of the TAV, the high-speed railway line connecting Turin to Naples; these contrast with the idyllic images of the Po delta by Marco Zanta.
The landscapes of Guido Guidi , whose small-format colour photographs, dense with meaning, are scattered throughout the exhibition like a leitmotiv, narrate the changes that have taken place in the man-made environment of Emilia Romagna, along with Olivo Barbieri's photographs of Cavriago and the queues at the tills of its shopping centres, visually representing the gradual metamorphosis that the town has undergone. Economic development is paired with political debate in the video of Lewis Baltz and in the photographic reporting of Simone Donati , who has documented Italian collective rituals in his work.
The exhibition also includes videos by Tim Davis and William Guerrieri. The film, made by Francesca Zerbetto and Dario Zanasi in and produced by the Cineteca di Bologna and MaxMan Coop with the support of the Emilia-Romagna Regional Authority and the Fondazione del Monte di Bologna e Ravenna, presents a journey through the region's landscape, where some of the most important directors in Italian and international cinema have set their films.
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In addition, a display of 35 books on the environments, situations, and contexts of Emilia Romagna , made available by Linea di Confine, completes the exhibition. Jakob Tuggener show opens the exhibitions programme organized by the MAST Foundation, which promotes special photographic shows on the theme of industry and labour, employing both images from its own industrial photography collection and works from private collections or often previously unviewed archives.
Influenced by the German Expressionist films of the s, he developed a poetic-artistic style that would become an inspiration for young photographers after the Second World War. Fascinated by the glittering atmosphere of high-society parties, Tuggener had begun to photograph elegant ladies and their silk gowns in Berlin, but it was in Zurich and St.
In reality, he loved both: For him, they were both of equal value and he resisted being categorized as a social critic who pitted one world against the other. On the contrary, these contrasts belonged to his conception of life and he relished experiencing the extremes — and the shades of tones in between — to the most intense degree.
In addition, in order to represent the eclecticism and exceptional nature of this artist, the show has been enriched with SHORT FILMS distinguished by a dynamic directorial style and an editing technique that owes much to the theories of Eisenstein, with shifts from the long shot to the close-up: Martin Gasser, Urs Stahel Promoted by: Two masters of 20th century photography. Agnes Sire, director of the Henri Cartier-Bresson Foundation, and Martin Gasser, curator of the Swiss Foundation for Photography, will present the two great photographers of the 20 th century who directed their glance at crucial moments of our history.
Parking will be available by reservation in the MAST parking lot with entrance from Via Vittoria in front of number 18, subject to availability of parking spots. Moore will be presenting photographs of abandoned factories in Detroit taken in , and those same factories recently restored, as well as some works from recent years. Andrew Moore is an American photographer and director. The general public knows him best for his large format photographs taken in Detroit, Cuba and Russia.
He employs the formal language of architecture and landscape photography to document issues of social change. It was left to the mercy of hooligans, vandals and forces of nature. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of empty buildings, factories, libraries, hospitals, schools, churches, all abandoned and mostly unattended.
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Parking will be available in the MAST parking lot with entrance from Via Vittoria in front of number 18, subject to availability of parking spots. The catalan artist, who is also an important curator and critic, will present the worker photography movement. Along side the seminal exhibition Hard, Merciless Light.
Created in , since the GD4PhotoArt competition has become part of a far greater project which is being developed within the context of MAST Arts, Experience and Technology , the innovative multifunction complex adjacent to the historic G. D plant and the headquarters of the Coesia Group in Bologna that offers a range of services to company employees and to the local community.
D starting from Since , the GD4PhotoArt contest has contributed towards creating a photography collection of young contemporary artists which is part of a more complex and historically-based collection of images on industry and labour. All activities connected with the collection are now headquartered in a space dedicated to this topic within the MAST Gallery, where exhibitions are set up throughout the year. Within this specific and original project, the competition encourages young photographers who wish to explore modern society.
In the last two or three decades, industry in Europe has undergone a huge change. It has taken hold of companies, society as a whole and every individual. Production plants are being moved to far away countries, meaning that we run the risk of also losing the expertise and community and decision-making structures that our societies have developed over centuries. The competition procedures require that the photographers, under forty years of age, are proposed by international experts in the field. Candidates are invited to participate by presenting a project and their portfolio.
The jury selects four photographers for the shortlist, who receive a grant to carry out the plan they have submitted. Before the opening of the exhibition the jury convenes again to evaluate the works and appoint the winner, who receives a further prize. The artists shortlisted for the fourth edition of the competition are: For over a century, industry has introduced new ways of using printing in its communications: The exhibition uses volumes from Italian industry to trace the development of photography in books.
It is also a stroll through Italian industrial photography and the history of Italian enterprises. A number of video projections make it possible to follow the page sequence.
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All the books come from the Savina Palmieri collection, Milan. Even in post-modern, post-industrial, high-tech times, the ownership and use of the means of production and know-how create different social inequalities. In a world preview, MAST presents photographs taken in industrial contexts from various countries all over the world by E.
In the twenties and thirties, after having consolidated his reputation as a topographic and portrait photographer depicting famous European artists, scientists and politicians like George Bernard Shaw, Ezra Pound, T. During his explorations — in Germany, Great Britain, the United States, India, Australia, New Zealand and other countries — he photographed the futuristic industrial landscape, seeing its gargantuan machinery as both technology and art. This work had remained hidden for a long time in the London photographic archives which had purchased fifty years of works from the artist himself at the end of his long and prestigious career.
Cycle of screenings on the work of important international photographers, with presentations and guided visits, that will be opened by an exceptional guest: Free entry until full capacity. Thinking of Asia in the Post-western World.
Introduction by Urs Stahel. What is the common link between events that seem so different and distant, like the electoral success of Donald Trump in the United States, the lure of the Islamic State for young people in many countries, Brexit, or the victory of Narendra Modi's Hindu nationalists in India? How can we explain the origins of this great wave of paranoid hatred that seems to be sweeping the world?
Pankaj Mishra responds to our bewilderment by turning his gaze back to the 18th century before returning it to the present. In his latest book, Age of Anger , the author retraces the common thread running through so many of today's events to the promise heralded by Enlightenment: Those excluded from that new world react in awful ways, whether with intense hatred towards made-up enemies, attempts to recreate an imaginary golden age, or self-assertion through savage acts of violence.
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It was from the ranks of the poor that 19th-century militants drew their recruits: Pankaj Mishra is a novelist and essayist born in northern India in His latest book is Age of Anger: A History of the Present , There are books we cannot forget, books that are dazzling encounters. But what does reading really mean?
The result is a book which is theoretical and intimate at the same time, an intense, autobiographical inquiry of what reading means to our life, a passionate praise of the book in a time when many consider it dead. Recalcati delves into the meanders of this experience, showing us how reading is not scholarly study, mere accumulation of knowledge, but a way to offer life the chance of an encounter with the most secret part of itself, an opportunity of renovation, expansion and transformation.
Because the journey into a book is a journey into love. Ricerca sul campo e fotografia: Produzione, luoghi di lavoro e sapere umano al tempo della quarta rivoluzione industriale. Richard Mosse has spent the past few years documenting the ongoing refugee and migration crisis facing the Middle East, North Africa and Europe.
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At the crux of this work is an attempt to reveal and question how governments and societies perceive refugees, while simultaneously foregrounding the inhumane conditions they endure. His last project is a meticulous documentation of refugee camps and staging sites located across migration routes from the Middle East and Central Asia into the European Union, focusing on the punishing environments in which refugees endure a byzantine state of limbo. Drawing attention to the provisional architecture and organization of refugee camps, Mosse highlights the ways refugees and migrants are excluded from participating or contributing to our modern societies.
Richard Mosse was born in in Ireland and is based in New York. In he won the Prix Pictet — the prestigious global award in photography and sustainability — for his project Heat Maps. Courtesy of the artist and MACK. For the exhibition Pendulum. Moving goods, Moving people , the MAST Foundation presents a series of movies on the themes of global mobility, transport, and migrations. Series organised in collaboration with Cineteca di Bologna. In a desolate corner of the Sicilian countryside lives a family of farmers who have worked the land for generations, inextricably bound to nature and to the mysterious spirits of the dead which have always accompanied the living in those areas.
Their never-changing everyday life is interrupted by news from the New World describing it as a land of astonishing abundance. Salvatore decides to sell everything—home, land, and animals—to bring his children and his elderly mother to a place where work and bread aren't as scarce. But to become citizens of the New World, they have to die and be born again.
The four must abandon their archaic habits and superstitions, striving to toughen both body and mind, learning to obey and to pledge their loyalty to a new authority, and surrendering to modernity. They'll have to do it in the suspended time of the ocean crossing: Not all of them are destined to cross through the gates of Paradise. Ellis, starring Roberto De Niro and written by Erich Roth, is a work that shakes up our collective memory, bringing us back to the early years of Ellis Island, the gate of entry to the New World.
The documentary is set in the abandoned sanatorium on the island facing New York, and through the touching art installation Unframed by the French photographer JR, it recalls the story of the immigrants who literally made America what it is. The men, women, and children who fled from poverty, discrimination, and dictatorships in search of a new life in the early decades of the twentieth century foreshadow the destiny of those who, in a globalised world, now seek the same opportunities for safety and dignity in America and Europe.
At dawn he should oversee the largest concrete pour of his career thus far. His boss has assigned the task to him because his record over the last nine years has been flawless: A fast-paced cinematographic experience in which the timing of the events coincides with the timing of the narration, this film literally captures us, catapulting us into a car seat next to the protagonist and setting before us the themes of fairness, of assuming one's responsibility, no matter how uncomfortable and punitive it may be, and of the extreme fragility of the moral constructs on which we build our existence and our certainties.
Simon is a swimming instructor in a city-run pool in Calais on the north coast of France. His marriage is on the rocks, and he does his job on autopilot until he meets Bilal, a young, undocumented Kurd who has has crossed Europe to reach England and the woman he loves.
After a failed attempt to cross the border, the only way Bilal can realise his dream is by swimming across the Channel, and Simon is the only one who can help him train: Ninety percent of goods we consume in the West are manufactured in faraway lands and brought to us by ship. The maritime shipping industry is a key player in the world economy, and it forms the basis of our model of modern civilisation; without it, it would be impossible to fulfil the ever-growing demands of our societies.
Yet the functioning and rules of this industry remain unknown to most, while its hidden costs affect the lives of us all. Due to their size, freight ships can no longer berth at city harbours; they have moved far away from the eyes of public opinion, behind gates and barriers. But who pulls the strings in this billion-dollar business? To what extent does this industry influence national politics?
How does it impact the environment?