The fourth meeting of the cultural program proposed by Casa Museo Renzo Savini for 2022 will take place on Saturday 14 May 2022 at 11:00. The appointment is organized by Lawyer Lavinia Savini who specializes in Intellectual Property and Art Law, in collaboration with UIA (Union Internationale des Avocats) will address NFT, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence issues related to the art world with many guests: highly topical topics of growing interest for their application in a wide range of fields, not Not only technical but also medical, engineering, legal, etc.
The event was born with the intention of highlighting the increasingly strong connection between the art world, the world of NFT (Non-Fungible Token) and Blockchains, the protagonists of the technological revolution that everyone is talking about today, but few know concretely. NFTs are the phenomenon of the moment, they represent the title and certificate of authenticity of a good, work or product of art, because they make something unique that by its nature was not even before: a file or virtual object that can be easily repeated infinite times. NFTs can be easily transferred, invested and tracked thanks to blockchain technology that guarantees, indefinitely, the integrity, authorship and history of documented content, be it a file or a document of any kind: contracts, literary works and texts, formats, works of art, models, graphics, video, photos, creative and commercial projects.
To fully understand the needs and problems of the art world regarding the use of these new technologies, the following will participate in the meeting:
• Lavinia Savini, attorney and partner at FBLegal (Milan-Triste-Bologna) and UIA representative at WIPO (World Intellectual Property Organization) in Geneva, who will outline the main issues related to the impact of NFTs on the art market and outline the most important legal problems, most of which are related to copyright discipline.
• Vincenzo Rana, Professor at Milan Polytechnic and MIP, Co-founder of KNOBS srl and BCode srl. Thanks to the collaboration with Bcode, in fact, the law firm FPB LEGAL has begun offering a series of new registration services to its clients in the Blockchain and NFT version, which were rejected for the art world and beyond.
• Enrico Al Moren, Professor of Civil Law at the Department of Legal Sciences at the University of Bologna and author of “Driverless Cars” with Guido Calabresi. Artificial intelligence and the future of mobility ”(Il Mulino, 2021). The professor will talk about artificial intelligence and will pay special attention to the legal aspects related to the use of this technology.
• Artist and interdisciplinary medium Luca Pozzi, who will talk about some of his work in intersecting realism born from the fusion of art, particle physics, multi-message cosmology and quantum computing. A graduate in drawing from the Brera Academy of Fine Arts with a major in computer graphics and systems, he collaborates with scientific communities of vision including toroidal quantum gravity (PI), the Muon compressed solenoid (CERN) and the Fermi Large Area Telescope (INFN). , NASA).
It is managed by attorney Bruno Micolano, member of the Presidency Council of the International Federation of Barristers.
During the event, a new service will be presented exclusively, created by FBPLegal with the technological support of its partner BCode srl, born from experience in the Avv sector. Lavinia Savini It is a comparison with collectors and operators.
Designed for artists, collectors and museums, this service is specifically created based on needs and provides a Blockchain application to solve the problem of originality and provenance of works by registering them on it and the final NFT version of the works “support”.
“For artists, living or their institutions, as an archive of works they have created that have a certain legal value, also taking into account the immutability and continuity of the British Columbia Register. This, in my opinion, can contribute significantly to solving the enormous problems of authenticity of works,” he explains Lawyer Savini.
“It is also interesting the potential use for collectors or museums, who can also use it as archiving and certification of works in their own collections. In this way, proof of ownership, authenticity and provenance of the works will be shown, facilitating their transmission, even at the heirloom level.”
Biography of Lavinia Savini
Lavinia Savini, a lawyer and expert in intellectual property law and the art market, works between Bologna Milan and Paris and is a partner in FBPLegal (Milan Bologna Trieste). Among the various positions he held, he was the representative of the UIA (Union Internationale des Avocats) at the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva, and a member of the International Committee of the Council of the Bar of Bologna, at the Institute of Arts and Law in Paris. and Fondation pour le droit dearte in Geneva. On this topic, he has numerous publications, conferences and lectures at the national and international levels (among others: at Il Sole 24 Ore; Il Giornale dell’Arte, Allemandi; “Copyright protection of fashion creations”, LexisNexis 2020; “Interior design system Protection” – in Design and Digital Innovation, Italian Scientific Editions 2021; “Copyright Protection for Fashion Creations” in Copyright, SIAE, 2021; Lectures at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna, Jury Chamber of Venice, Napa, IED – Europe Design Institute Webinar for Il Sole 24 ore “Investment Opportunities and Risks in Digital Art”, 2022).
Renzo Savini’s House Museum
Created in 1964 by architect Raul Biancani, the Renzo Savini House Museum is one of the most interesting examples of contemporary architecture, developed on three levels, with a consistent symmetrical game between materials and windows. Inside there is a rich collection of works assembled, over time, by the collector Renzo Savini, with a coherent and systematic desire to create a unifying unity between the works and architectural elements of different eras. A precious blend of art and craftsmanship and natural discoveries. A place full of suggestions, where Savini lived with his family until his death. Renzo Savini (September 19, 1931 – July 13, 2018) was a classically trained anthropologist. A wonderful collector, he anticipated the times for his sensitivity and masterfully knew how to find and collect things, creating a mixture of materials and contrasts between different eras.
Inside the house is a small Kunstkammer (literally “art room”), where artifacts of multiple and multi-form origins, antiques and curiosities of all kinds are collected: pieces by Castiglione, Gavina and Scarpa; Baroque dynasty figurines and dolls from the 18th century; Bas-reliefs of the Renaissance installed in the wall; Manuscripts and ancient books. Tiarini drawings and paintings by Signorini.
Dante Bini, the world-famous architect, also known for designing the futuristic villa on Costa Paradiso in Sardinia for Michelangelo Antonioni and Monica Vitti, lived in the basement building. Today, Renzo Savini’s daughters run the House Museum.
Meeting on “Art between Artificial Intelligence, NFT and Blockchain”
When: Saturday 14 May 2022 at 11:00
Where: Renzo Savini House Museum, Via Letizia 11, Bologna
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