Paola Antonelli and guests unpack some of the challenges associated with the “longevity revolution,” a pervasive and unprecedented shift in the age composition of the world population. Guests include fashion and culture icon Bethann Hardison; writer and anti-ageism activist Ashton Applewhite; feminist performance artist Linda Montano; associate director at 100 Resilient Cities Liz Agbor-Tabi; fellow of the Harvard Graduate School of Design Carly Dickson.
MoMA Research & Development provides information and critical tools to identify and explore new directions and opportunities for The Museum of Modern Art and—leading by example—the broader museum field. Salons are led by Paola Antonelli, senior curator in the Department of Architecture & Design at MoMA. Learn more: http://momarnd.org
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Thumbnail image credit: Maria Lai. “Legarsi alla montagna (To tie onself to the mountain, 1981).” Source: artribune.com