BACK TO SIMPLICITY
5 NOVEMBER 2015
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Assisi
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12 Speakers
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WHERE

Palazzo del Monte Frumentario is in the midway between Piazza del Comune and St. Francis Basilica. Built in 13th century as city hospital, in 17th century became a lending centre of wheat and other earth product. After its restoration, in 2010, it now hosts expositions and events.

why

In the late Middle Age – as today – lands and goods were owned by few and conquered through war. Their power and richness drove the many to return to simplicity; one of the first and strongest example in history was St. Francis. His rule, founded on brotherhood and simplicity, is still alive today in some phenomenons: sharing economy, peer to peer, open source, purchasing groups, internet of things.
Are we going to have our Renaissance after the current pioneers of simple thinking?

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Team

This event is organized by
Matteo Piselli
Curator

Almost 20 years fighting against the paper on the desks. Looking for balance between analog and digital, digital culture hunter.

Serena Agneletti
Junior producer

Writing is the core of my job and my greatest passion. My daily mission is to turn ideas in copy and simplify business communication.

Daniela Buglione
Logistics manager

Problem solver by nature, project manager by vocation, event organizer by choice. Planning is a necessity to benefit from my creative chaos.

Federica Cesarini
Press office

Press office addicted. I went around Italy within Festivals and cultural events implementing new communication strategies. I’ll never stop.

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