Category Archives: In the media

Participatory Lithology presented on S+T+ARTS.eu

S+T+ARTS is a European Union initiative focused on the promotion of projects where science, technology, and arts are integrated to raise awareness of the societal challenges and global concerns we are facing (see the starts.eu site for details).

starts.eu published an article about participatory lithology, presenting it as ” a rocky initiative launched by pibinko.org network” (and with the Metalliferous Hills Jug Band side of our project we are honoured about the “rocky” reference).

The article is availavble from this link.

For more information: micalosapevo@pibinko.org or http://www.pibinko.org/participatorylithology/

The pibinko.org network, buiometria, and participatory lithology @ Radio Popolare Milano (March 26, 2020)

This was a long talk with Disma Pestalozza and Alessandro Diegoli, providing breaking news on Participatory Lithology, but also going into various flashbacks related to the pibinko.org network. These included “The Revenge of the Killer Chihuahua and of the Zombies” (2006), the ancient game of palla 21, buiometria partecipativa (participatory night sky quality monitoring), Aunt Eda’s yummy recipees, insight on Tatti, Southern Tuscsany, and how the COVID-19 lockdown is lived in lesser-known rural areas..all these stories are documented on the sito pibinko.org. You may consider using this page as an entry point.

For more information: info@pibinko.org

Mar. 24, 2020: Participatory Lithology Interview for Caterpillar (RAI Radio 2)

Caterpillar on RAI Radio 2 is one of the longest-running and most followed radio shows in Italy. We were honored to have our first public presentation of the project we started on March 21 with an interview by their crew. The audio is, of course, in Italian:

For more information in English on Participatory Lithology: see http://www.pibinko.org/litologiapartecipativa/, write to micalosapevo@pibinko.org or send a message to +39 3317539228 (SMS o whatsapp).

Kudos to Gabriele Sanna for the live recording. The whole show is available as a podcast from the Caterpillar web site.

#art&technology: The Metalliferous Hills Jug Band from Southern Tuscany (ASEF360.org)

An article written for the Asia-Europe Cultural Foundation by Jack O’Malley, setting the Metalliferous Hills Jug Band (i.e.Jug Band Colline Metallifere) in the “arts & technology” stream, and some personal anecdotes.

The article is available here.

For more information on the Jug Band Colline Metallifere (and to inquire for a performance): jugbandcm@pibinko.org or http://www.jugbandcm.it (site in English, Italian, and German)