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TBA21–Academy's public program at Ocean Space aims to look for creative propositions to the most pressing issues facing the Ocean today in the hope of creating new transformative and participatory visions for the future. This year, a rich program of performances, talks, walks, and culinary explorations will be brought to Ocean Space, stemming in part from the curatorial fellowship program The Current III Mediterraneans: "Thus waves come in pairs" (after Etel Adnan), 2021–2023, led by Barbara Casavecchia, alongside multiple collaborations.

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Everyone needs to be involved in safeguarding the planet, and everyone needs to have the information and tools to do so.

As part of the 2023 exhibition program "Thus waves come in pairs", curated by Barbara Casavecchia, the Education Department of Ocean Space is launching the "Ocean for All" service with a series of tactile and Italian Sign Language (LIS) guided visits.

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Ocean Space is open to the public from Wednesday to Sunday, 11:00 - 18:00.

TBA21–Academy presents "Thus waves come in pairs", an exhibition comprising two new commissions featuring the artists Simone Fattal and the artist duo Petrit Halilaj & Álvaro Urbano, curated by Barbara Casavecchia.

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