PAV – Living Art Park
The PAV – Parco Arte Vivente (Living Art Park) in Turin is an experimental contemporary art centre opened in 2008.
The PAV is located in a 23,000 square metres dismissed industrial area that, until the 1990s, was occupied by car-components manufacturing plants.
The centre works as meeting point and a research facility dedicated to the relationship between art on one side and nature, biotechnology and ecology on the other.
The PAV encompasses a park – conceived as an art-experimentation territory and where site-specific installations and temporary artworks are placed – and a building, partially buried underground, where the public is involved in art “hands-on” activities.
Along with producing art exhibitions, the PAV also organizes seminars, public meetings and workshops.
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The PAV is a center for contemporary arts in Turin, composed of an open-air exhibition space and an interactive museum. Nature and Art is the main theme
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