Institution:Politecnico di Milano. Master degree in Building Architecture
Sara Tacchella was born in Verona, Italy, in 1993. She got a Bachelor’s degree in Architecture atthe Polytechnic University of Milan (Politecnico di Milano) with a thesis called “19+1 Waterfront cities. Border lines as living spaces”. Sara is getting a Master in Building Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Milan. She’s part of Interzona, a laboratory for Art and independent culture based in Verona, promoting the expressions of the artistic scene in music, performative and visual arts, in theatre, cinema and literature, with particular attention to experimental and innovative forms.
Motivation for participation:
I was born in Verona, a city close to Venice. Due to the cultural heritage of Italy and, for my personal case, my city, I’ve always been closely interested about the world of art and architecture. One of the things that I’ve learned from art is that it’s unpredictable. The great contribution of art to our thinking is giving us this thins that we can’t ever fully work out, something that we can’t fully resolve.Anyone can experience art and get something out of it but it means that you have to pay attention to your response, particularly talking about contemporary art. But there’s always a certain point in which you’ll find yourself wonder “what does it mean?” and felling insecure because you don’t know what it means. It’s a feeling of never-ending curiosity. Curiosity is surely one of the engines that move my research. I’m a curios person, I love experience, test myself.