Ethics Charter of the New Millennium Artist
© Florence Biennale 2013
Any individual who conjugates creativity and ethical commitment in culture, art, education, philosophy, science, and other spheres of knowledge or activity with a view to contributing to the development of the intellectual, cognitive, emotional, social, physical, and spiritual potential of human beings is an Artist of the new millennium.
For their ability to interpret the world in a creative and ethical manner breaking cultural, ideological, political, physical, economical boundaries and the like, and therefore to inspire new ways of thinking and/or behaving, the Artists of the new millennium are Sentinels of Freedom. As such, the Artists oppose any form of violence, coercion, imposition and
For the strategic role that they can play in the destiny of the communities to whom they belong, respectively, and the future of Humanity, the Artists are Citizens of the World. As such, the Artists foster respect for human rights and dignity, and reject any discrimination based on ethnicity, gender, sex orientation, disability, age, religion, and other.
The Artists believe in the value of cultural diversity, and foster the preservation of the world`s Cultural Heritage.
The Artists believe in the value of biodiversity and foster the preservation
of the world`s Natural Heritage.
The Artists of the new millennium are custodians of their heritage and artistic traditions, and yet they create newly conceived interpretive forms that allow to exploring global realities with trans-disciplinary and/or transcultural approaches, and representing them also with multimedia
Through their work, the Artists of the new millennium contribute to providing a holistic vision for the development of a Sustainable Future.
Contributors: Maria Luisa Stringa, Rolando Bellini, François Zille, Melanie Zefferino, Jacopo Celona, Lilia Lamas, Debora Garritani, Diego Pasqualin, Erika Tamborini
I live and work in Jerusalem.
This city is a deep micro cosmos in a globalized world which nowadays tries to erase our individuality by selling the same food, the same furniture and the same images.
Jerusalem is for me a collection of samples of the human threads, representing different philosophical, religious and political currents which are woven together sometimes without even touching each other, sometimes colliding, with varying degrees of peace or violence, showing the worst and the best of the human being.
In this new XXI century, like Jerusalem, the world is walking a similar path as an accelerated meeting point of ethnic groups from all continents, religions and identities.
Artistic events as the Biennale of Florence are among the leading exponents of this time of change that will define in which future we will live...