Global Education is a method of teaching in which the learning mechanisms are privileged paths of pedagogical knowledge aimed at aesthetic instruction. It is a pluralistic method of teaching that aims to “uneducated” the individual about his/her predetermined structures. Giuseppe Stampone has developed this approach towards everyday life. It avoids pre-established rules in order to privilege experience and direct contact with other people and the world. The pedagogical itinerary that he has built over the years has various linguistic and operative aspects. Incidentally, in a world that is constantly shifting and changing, the creation of a network as a work of global art has allowed him to recreate an area of interest that reflects and describes the new living spaces of man. It is also about returning to politics and ethics, to what Umberto Eco defined as an act of diffidence useful for dismantling “devices that apparently seem harmless and functional in order to teach people not to believe” and to engage citizens in the things that happen in life. Social climbing and upstarts (even in politics) are always harmful. And it is for this reason that it is necessary to be distrustful (“uneducated” oneself about prepackaged things) and open oneself up to dialogue with others.
The didactic itinerary is an integral part of his work because every work is laid out according to a didactic plan. The artist builds the foundation of the structure and the users raise the walls. Thanks to the relationships that Giuseppe Stampone establish with the people that he meets, he produces the emotional maps for Global Education. He tries to recreate a new literacy, which from the written word (that from the mid-1400s has politically educated us thanks to the invention of the Gutenberg characters) goes back to oral expression, to the experience of people choosing a word, of choosing the word that most represents them. Then the drawn letters become links and tags of the Emotional Map and become a didactic path (like at the Kochi Biennial) for those who want to have a new tactile experience. It is a visual space that represents educational requalification through analysis and reflection, which rhythmically translates and deceives common beliefs in order to redefine the world and build a communicative model inclined to displace the widespread phenomenon of “deculturation”.