|MaTeinItaly. Mathematicians in Search of the Future|
|Opening Date||14 September 2014|
|Ending Date||23 November 2014|
|Local Organizer||Matematita and the Pristem Center (Università Bocconi di Milano)|
|Author(s)||Renato Betti, Gilberto Bini, Maria Dedò, Simonetta Di Sieno and Angelo Guerraggio|
MaTeinItaly is an exhibition held at the Triennale di Milano (Milan, Italy) from 14 September to 23 November 2014, organized by the “matematita” Center (Università degli Studi di Milano) and the Pristem Center (Università Bocconi di Milano), with the aim of proposing objects, video and interactive installations related to many areas of mathematics, its problems and its prospects.
Curated by Renato Betti, Gilberto Bini, Maria Dedò, Simonetta Di Sieno and Angelo Guerraggio with the supervision of the project and the construction entrusted to Vincenzo Napolano. From the presentation of the exhibition: "MaTeinItaly shows you how to view mathematics and tells you that math is everywhere."
The exhibition had about 35,000 visitors: around 50% of them were students from many Italian (and Swiss cities) at various educational levels. The other visitors were organized groups or individual visitors. To guide classes for a visit of about 90 minutes, 38 tutors (mostly math students) were employed.
The exhibition, slightly changed and called MadeInMath, was later held in MuSe, Trento, from February 26 to June 26, 2016.