that allows human beings to represent in a symbolic form
the experience of their own time.
The project aims to investigate contemporary art and forms of art education in Europe and East Africa.
Transcultural perspective is the response to the three main strategies for the reduction of otherness developed due to globalization: egocentrism, logocentrism, and ethnocentrism.
Transcultural perspective is essential, today more than ever, to persuade individuals to appreciate cultural diversity and to recognize the importance of defending and promoting tangible and intangible cultural heritage.
The process of transcultural education is also a process of self-knowledge and of self-education in relation to otherness.
Research through art analysis“There are more sociological markers in native art than one could imagine.”
Art”Art is the language that allows human beings to represent in a symbolic form the experience of their own time.”
Education“In many cases images perform a lot better in the process of understanding cultural differences and similarities”