No Man’s Land Foundation

65014 Loreto Aprutino, Province of Pescara, Italy

No Man’s Land Foundation is a model for social and ethical change aiming to cancel the idea of property, a project repeatable in any place in the world.

No Man’s Land is a gift that art offers to all. Following Friedman’s philosophy, the ones participating in the projects will create an open dialogue through artistic interactions and interventions sharing ideas, needs and thoughts.

No Man’s Land Foundation was constituted in 2016 in Loreto Aprutino, Italy, and recognised as a legal entity in March 2017.

No Man’s Land is a site-specific permanent intervention that has been realized by Yona Friedman with Jean-Baptiste Decavèle, in Contrada Rotacesta of Loreto Aprutino (Pescara, Italy). Extending over two hectares of countryside, it is composed by a tapestry made out of a huge amount of white river stones, a bamboo structure that recalls Friedman’s museum without walls and an imaginary dictionary by Friedman carved by the volunteers into more than 200 walnut trees. No Man’s Land was built together with students, artists and curators, becoming a privileged place to renew training processes and culture spreading processes. An open architecture, interactive and dynamic, thought for being used by different groups of people and in different environments: a proper shared space.

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Country : Italy
City / Town : Pescara
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