Bachelor in Industrial Design, 2004, Politecnico di Torino, Italy; MDes, 2008, Design Academy Eindhoven, NL; PhD, 2014, Northumbria University, UK. Selected Exhibitions as Artist: Triennale Design Museum, Milan, Italy; Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna, Austria; CAVE gallery, Tokyo, Japan; FireStation gallery, Doha, Qatar. Selected Exhibitions as Curator: The New Institute, Rotterdam, NL; Passagen, Cologne, DE; Biennale of Shenzhen, China; FireStation, Doha, Qatar. Selected Publications as Author: Vernon Press, Going Real; Design Issues, The Lancaster Care Charter. Selected Publications about his work: Domus web; Editori Laterza; Flash Art; Interni magazine. Collections: Stedelijk Museum of 's-Hertogenbosch, NL.
Giovanni Innella (Torino, 1982) is a designer, curator, and critic based in Tokyo and Chicago. His ongoing body of work "Design and Its Double" is a critical investigation into the representation of design, its rhetoric, aesthetics and economics. Besides his critical work, Giovanni produces pieces and installations for galleries and collectors. Giovanni is a co-signer of The Lancaster Care Charter and one of the initiators of the Does Design Care seminar series with Paul Rodgers and Craig Bremner. Currently, he is a Visiting Artist at School of the Art Institute of Chicago and an Assistant Professor at the Advanced Institute of Industrial Technology in Tokyo.
Giovanni Innella with Agata Jaworska and Lex Leitner, The World Is So Immense, Excerpt (2012), Design Tunes, mp3
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