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Curatorial Statement 2020/2022 by Andy Abbott
 
Sustaining Embedded Arts Practice
UNIDEE RESIDENCY 2022

 


I began my role as Visiting Research Curator for the UNIDEE Residency Program in the midst of a pandemic. We were still speculating around the short and long-term impact both in terms of everyday life and socially engaged art practice. Building on Cittadellarte’s legacy of ‘learning through doing’ we found ways in which to bring together groups of residents with diverse situated and embedded practices, to share and learn from one another in tumultuous times. The residents and mentors were embedded in different ways: some in a particular geographic locale, others within a building or an institution, or a community, or a political or social movement. They included practices that were identifiable as art and others from the broader spectrum of social practice and action research. They all shared in common a commitment to making positive change for a place, situation or people: resonating with Michelangelo Pistoletto’s vision of an ‘art for responsible social transformation’.

Over the next two years and a series of residencies and labs that brought together close to a hundred practitioners from across the globe in hybrid programmes of virtual and physical presence, we developed an expanding toolkit of methodologies and a body of shared concerns and questions that could be left as a trace for subsequent residents.

In this final chapter of my research arc we hope to explore more of the practicalities around embedded arts practice including the creation of alternative funding structures and resources; creating or reclaiming commons; the formation of counter/alter-institutions; and reforming and working within, against and beyond existing structures. We also hope to dig deeper into some recurring questions including: How can we create sustainability, for ourselves and our worlds, through embedded practice? What productive tensions exist between the formal and the informal, the structured and organic, and the institutional and self-organised? How might we work across different scales and spaces of embeddedness: from the individual, the social, and the environmental/structural? What are our networks and interdependencies? What should we build and what should we dismantle? How do we begin and where might it end? What would it mean to ‘disappear’ or merge into the social fabric?

This last question around the visibility of embedded practice has particular resonance in a moment where ‘social practice’ - as well as the collective and collaborative methods it entails - gains ever more traction. This is happening both in the institutional art world (as seen in the 2021 Turner prize and Documenta Fifteen) and in the social sphere where the last two years of disruption and upheaval - as symptoms of a larger and ongoing social and ecological crisis - have prompted us to reconsider the value of practices of care, mutual aid and communitarian ways of being and doing that counter the ‘normality’ of endless growth, expansion, and extraction.

Concurrently we understand that the most sustained change that can be affected through aesthetic experience occurs below the surface: at the sometimes imperceptible level of emotion and subjectivity. Art, even at its most representational, can create sites for the emergence of a collective imagination capable of thinking and desiring beyond ‘capitalist realism’ (note 1). How do we keep radical subjectivity on the table in a world that demands we visibly prove our worth and measure our impact? Through the residency we hope to develop a network of practitioners doing what they can from where they are, that together constitute a paradigm shift proving that another (art)world is possible.


Andy Abbott

 

Note:
1 - Mark Fisher ‘Capitalist Realism: Is There No Alternative?.’ 2010


KEY WORDS 

Embedded Practice, Sustainability, Infrastructure, Arts Ecology, Socially engaged Practice, Post-pandemic Futures, Slow Architecture and Sustainability, Degrowth, Interdependence, Art and the Everyday, Tools and Technology for Social Change, Site and Context Responsive work, Invisible Art/Dark Matter, Participation and Co-production, Grassroots Organising, Self-organisation and DIY collective agency (Demopraxy/Pandemopraxy), Co-operatives, Socially Applied Practice, Diverse and Community Economies, Cultural Dark Matter, Postwork Futures, Postcapitalism, Universal Basic Income, Transition to Ethico-Aesthetic Paradigm (Third Paradise), Building the new (Digital/Virtual) Commons.


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Artwork as Toolkit / Tools for the Commons
UNIDEE LABS 2022


The ‘embedded practice’ residencies in 2020 and 2021 (See 2020’s Embedded Arts Practice in a Postpandemic Future, 2021’s Groundwork for Embedded Arts Practice residencies and Tools and Technologies for Embedded Practice Arts Lab) brought together a broad range of practitioners from all over the world to share and develop their situated practices and action-research. In a time of changeable travel restrictions and social distancing measures, we found that residents valued the opportunity to share experiences of making socially-engaged work that is inextricably linked to its context and often relied on intimate connections and engagement with audiences, participants and collaborators.

Through group critiques, individual and collective trace-making, and handover sessions we found methods by which to share complex and sometimes overwhelmingly large-scale or long-term projects and praxis. Despite the specificity of the practices shared, we found there was benefit in temporarily taking them out of context and inviting fresh perspective to identify common themes, methodologies, approaches, and challenges. In our various (post-)pandemic contexts we also began to share experiences of (mis)using and applying ‘old’ technologies and emerging digital tools; from letters and postcards, to creative ‘hacking’ of conference call breakout rooms and screen sharing, to propositions for blockchain and cryptocurrencies to create fairer working conditions.

The Labs are an opportunity to continue this process together in presence.
We hope to reconnect and make new connections between practitioners and researchers who feel they would benefit from an intensive week of ‘putting their practice under the microscope’. This will be done not so much to accelerate or ‘push forward’ projects, but rather as a way to ‘zoom in’ and get a better sense of the detail of the practice. The ‘what’ and the ‘how’ of the practice as well as the ‘why’. We hope that this intimate collective examination will reveal the sometimes imperceptible movement and trajectory of such projects; helping each other over the humps and sticking points, as well as identifying potentially overlooked problems and obstacles in the road ahead.

The ‘Artwork as Toolkit’ lab will begin with the question ‘What are our tools?’ This lab stems from the intersection of two online platforms such as www.arte-util.org and www.dpe.tools presented by Alessandra Saviotti in collaboration with Gemma Medina and Owen Griffiths. Starting from the recent usological turn we will look into a set of tools and exercises developed as part of both platforms - such as the ‘Coefficient of Art’ and ‘A Capitalist Reading of our Usual Breakfast’ - that place art at the outset of the development of a set of tactics to achieve societal change. Analysing the idea of 'the-artwork-as-toolkit' the mentors will propose to look at how socially engaged art can be understood as an expanded technology that manifests itself as practices on a 1:1 scale. From our diverse and often specific practices and projects what surplus can we share, preserve, ferment and take forward for the future?

In the ‘Tools for the Commons’ lab we hope to bring together the experiences of artists and activists creating spaces for the growth of the commons; from the micro level of the individual, personal or subjective, through to the reclaiming or occupation of urban space, and the influencing of planning and policy. Mentors Emanuele Braga and Gabriella Riccio will draw upon their experiences in occupied art and cultural spaces MACAO (Milan) and L’Asilo (Naples) as well as the postcapitalist think-tank the Institute of Radical Imagination. Long-term comrades and collaborators Keir Milburn and Gareth Jones will bring a UK perspective on creative activism including the use of political strategy games, utopian consciousness raising sessions, and the establishment of Public-Common-Partnerships. What tools (or toys) for establishing and developing the commons can we identify, adapt or invent? Which of these are we able and willing to share, and under what terms?

Together we hope the labs will act as a key step in Cittadellarte and Pistoletto’s commitment to developing a network of solidarity and common intent across disciplines, and of creating a global community of practice across our many locals.

Participants will visit the exhibition platform dedicated to Cittadellarte’s demopraxy local chapter of Biella, the archipelagus as an entry point to its practice.

Andy Abbott



 

21 March - 2 April, 2022
Artwork as Toolkit / Tools for the Commons
UNIDEE LABS 2022
Alessandra Saviotti, Gemma Medina Estupiñán, Owen Griffiths, Emanuele Braga, Gabriella Riccio, Keir Milburn, Gareth Brown



Tools and Technologies for Embedded Arts Practice
UNIDEE LAB 2021


The ‘embedded practice’ residencies in 2020 and 2021 brought together a broad range of practitioners from all over the world to share and develop their situated practices and action-research. In a time of changeable travel restrictions and social distancing measures, we found that residents valued the opportunity to share experiences of making socially-engaged work that is inextricably linked to its context and often relied on intimate connections and engagement with audiences, participants and collaborators.

Through group critiques, individual and collective trace-making, and handover sessions we found methods by which to share complex and sometimes overwhelmingly large-scale or long-term projects and praxis. Despite the specificity of the practices shared, we found there was benefit in temporarily taking them out of context and inviting fresh perspective to identify common themes, methodologies, approaches, and challenges. In our various (post-)pandemic contexts we also began to share experiences of (mis)using and applying ‘old’ technologies and emerging digital tools; from letters and postcards, to creative ‘hacking’ of conference call breakout rooms and screen sharing, to propositions for blockchain and cryptocurrencies to create fairer working conditions.

The Labs are an opportunity to continue this process together in presence.

We hope to reconnect and make new connections between practitioners and researchers who feel they would benefit from an intensive week of ‘putting their practice under the microscope’. 
This will be done not so much to accelerate or ‘push forward’ projects, but rather as a way to ‘zoom in’ and get a better sense of the detail of the practice. The ‘what’ and the ‘how’ of the practice as well as the ‘why’.

We hope that this intimate collective examination will reveal the sometimes imperceptible movement and trajectory of such projects; helping each other over the humps and sticking points, as well as identifying potentially overlooked problems and obstacles in the road ahead.

At a broader level as ‘Socially Engaged Art’ continues to be increasingly recognised by the mainstream and institutional Artworld as a discipline (with accompanying commissions, educational courses and career paths) we might take this opportunity to reflect on how we can create shared resources and toolkits for embedded practice capable of disrupting the homogenisation and standardisation of such practice. How can we deterritorialize situated practice and keep it prickly? What can be shared, what transfers, what can be adapted and repurposed, what is specific and/or reliant on context? What tools and instruments can be hijacked or repurposed to do more than, in Audre Lorde’s words, temporarily beat the master at his own game (NOTE 1). What resources and tactics can we share to collectively dismantle the old world and forge new paths to exit the perennial crises of late capitalism? And beyond instrumentalisation, what other benefits might there be in taking time to share our concrete experiences and learn from one another? We hope in this way that the lab acts as a key step in Cittadellarte and Pistoletto’s commitment to developing a network of solidarity and common intent across disciplines, and of creating a global community of practice across our many locals.

Andy Abbott


NOTE 1:
Lorde, Audre. “The Master’s Tools Will Never Dismantle the Master’s House.” 1984. Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches. Ed. Berkeley, CA: Crossing Press. pp. 110-114. 2007
 

8 - 19 November, 2021
Tools and Technologies for Embedded Arts Practice
UNIDEE LAB 2021

Jeanne van Heeswijk, Paul O’ Neill, Mick Wilson, Yvonne Carmichael.



UNIDEE RESIDENCY 2021
Groundwork for Embedded Arts Practice

 

 

The spring/summer 2021 UNIDEE Residency continues to explore facets of embedded arts practice as a tool for uncovering, understanding and helping build and develop new realities. In 2020 the then-emerging conditions of the pandemic invited a revisiting of the fundamentals of these practices. What does it mean to commit to a sustained intervention into a place or community? How does it start? Where and when does it end? How do we plot the journey and what can we collectively share and learn from the challenges and obstacles met along the way? How do we do it together?

The pandemic context for the residency was a reminder that embedded practice is built on a solid foundation of trust and deep understanding of a place and people. A necessary first step in building this foundation is to create a connection. The residents' diverse practices demonstrated innovative modes of connecting in challenging times through: listening and observing, growing, living, communicating, caring, learning, exploring, dreaming, building and even burning. Among the many shared questions we had at the end of the 2020 residency was ‘How can we create sustainability, for ourselves and our worlds?’ (note 1)

The UNIDEE 2021 spring/summer program aims to pick up from where we left off last December: continuing to explore - through the sharing of our situated practices and contexts - methods, strategies and approaches for identifying, creating and developing the foundations necessary for embedded arts practice to thrive. What new ecologies of practice exist or can be formed? In which spaces and places can this grow? What are the ideal conditions? What groundwork is required, and how do we get started here and now? In this sense we also draw inspiration and knowledge from the recent past such as freethought collective’s large-scale investigation into infrastructure for the 2016 Bergen Assembly (note 2), and Valerio Del Baglivo’s ‘Modes of Instituting’ UNIDEE programme from 2019 that was dedicated to imagining the role of art organisations in times of perennial crisis. (note 3)

The specificities of the global COVID-19 pandemic may have been unforeseeable but it was not an unprecedented ‘event’. (note 4) Rather the pandemic can be understood as symptomatic of a failing, outmoded, dead-on-its-feet ’zombie’ politico-economic system. (note 5) Today we find ourselves caught in a clash of tempos. From politicians and experts on television we hear how the pandemic has locked, ‘frozen’ or seized the cogs of economy and society. At the same time local businesses explain how it has accelerated existing trends in work, commerce, and technology. Likewise the UN’s Department of Economic and Social Affairs acknowledge within their Sustainable Development Goals that the pandemic has highlighted and exacerbated existing inequalities (note 6); revealing and widened the cracks in an unevenly developed system.

As artists in this frictious and fractured landscape we can help reveal, understand and contribute to the new social and organisational forms that propogate in the shadows - the ‘other’ ways of being and acting together based on co-production, collective agency, mutual aid, care, commoning - and that offer alternative narratives to endless productivity and growth. As Dr Susan Jones from the Rewild The Arts campaign (note 7) has put it ‘place-specific activists and interest groups in arts and culture spheres perceive the pandemic’s exceptional circumstances as opportunity to imagine a radically different, fairer, inclusive arts ecology’. (note 8) Through the UNIDEE 2021 spring/summer program we will together explore the groundwork for a more sustainable future under the banner of Cittadellarte’s holistic and interconnected understanding of art and creativity as a catalyst for social change. (note 9)

 

Andy Abbott

 

Notes:
1 - https://unidee2020.hotglue.me/
2 - http://2016.bergenassembly.no/en/freethought/
3 - https://issuu.com/cittadellarte/docs/web_unidee_notebook_2019_def_pagina_singola_compre
4 - https://www.versobooks.com/blogs/4608-on-the-epidemic-situation
5 - https://socialistworker.co.uk/art/17914/Zombie%20capitalism
6 - https://sdgs.un.org/goals/goal4
7 - https://www.rewildthearts.org/want-to-contribute/
8 - https://corridor8.co.uk/article/reset-or-rewild-perspectives-on-future-arts-infrastructures/
9 - http://www.cittadellarte.it/unidee/info.html

 

1 May - 10 July, 2021
Groundwork for Embedded Arts Practice
Katherine Gibson, Jeanne van Heeswijk, The Interdependence (Kathrin Böhm, Kate Rich, Bianca Elzembauer) with Aria Spinelli, Decentralising Political Economies with Alessandra Saviotti and Owen Griffiths, Marlo De Lara, Institute of Radical Imagination (Massimiliano Mollona, Marco Baravalle and Emanuele Braga), Cráter Invertido, Wharf Chambers Co-operative Club, Pyramid, Jade French, Gregory Sholette.

 

Key Words
Groundwork, Infrastructure, Arts Ecology, Socially engaged and Embedded Practice, Post-pandemic Futures, Slow Art and Sustainability, Art and the Everyday, Tools and Technology fro Social Change, Site and Context Responsive work, Invisible Art/Dark Matter, Participation and Co-production, Grassroots Organising, Self-organisation and DIY collective agency (Demopraxy/Pandemopraxy), Co-operatives, Socially Applied Practice, Diverse and Community Economies, Cultural Dark Matter, Postwork Futures, Postcapitalism, Universal Basic Income, Transition to Ethico-Aesthetic Paradigm (Third Paradise), Building the new (Digital/Virtual) Commons.

 

UNIDEE RESIDENCY 2020
Embedded Arts Practice in a Post-pandemic Future

 

 

The global Coronavirus pandemic is an event that had created new conditions for arts and culture. Amongst the many disruptions are irrevocable changes to how we relate to space, place and one another. We have experienced a severe contraction in the physical space in which we can operate accompanied by an explosion in the possibilities and technologies for remote collaboration. In this disorientating hybrid space, artists and those involved in cultural production – particularly those who wish to effect social change through their practice - are left with questions: "What can we do from here?" and "What future can we help to build?".

Key themes and areas of research will include: embedded and socially engaged artistic methods; innovative models for facilitating and broadening conversation through dialogic practice; the role of creative intervention and aesthetic rupture in community development; and what sustainability and resilience might mean in a post-virus world. We will explore the histories, present landscapes and potential futures for cultural activity with a close eye and ear to the ground for under-represented, overlooked, under-appreciated and underground practices that blur art and the everyday; what Gregory Sholette has called the hidden mass of "cultural dark matter" that underpins the visible art world. What new possibilities for social engagement are afforded by new technologies and the digital commons. What new ecologies, economies and forms of social organisation are experimented with through artistic activity and how might they shape the new realties that are emerging?

The residency aims to collectively and collaboratively address these and other key questions, challenges and themes in the area of embedded and socially engaged art practice offering perspectives, case studies and mentoring opportunities from practitioners, curators/arts organisers and theorists that will enrich and help frame their own practice and projects. Through the lens of a "post pandemic" future, participants will gain practical and theoretical knowledge about the past, present and future landscapes of art for responsible transformation of society that they can then apply in both the postindustrial context of Biella and their own locale.

Cittadellarte’s director Paolo Naldini has outlined in his "Pan-demopraxy" manifesto that we may take this moment as an opportunity for rebirth. As he puts it: "If we still don't know where exactly this virus came from and how it spread, we can decide where it will direct us." Concurrently the network of Ambassadors for Michelangelo Pistoletto’s Third Paradise begin to tackle questions for the post-virus world such as: How you will live? How you will learn? How will you communicate? How will you express yourself? How will you do everything you do?

 

Andy Abbott

 

21 September - 30 November, 2020
Embedded Arts Practice in a Post-pandemic Future
Sandi Hilal (Decolonizing Architecture), Gemma Medina Estupiñán and Alessandra Saviotti (Arte Útil), Eva Rowson, Mick Wilson, Nadia Moreno Moya and Fernando Escobar Neira, Aria Spinelli, In-Situ, South Square Centre, Visible project, Jasmeen Patheja (Blank Noise) and STEALTH.unlimited

 

Webzine (digital fanzine) of the end of the UNIDEE 2020 residency: https://unidee2020.hotglue.me/

 

Key Words
Socially engaged and Embedded Practice, Postvirus/Post-pandemic Futures, Slow Art and Sustainability, Art and the Everyday, Site and Context Responsive work, Invisible Art/Dark Matter, Participation and Co-production, Grassroots Infrastructure, Self-organisation and DIY collective agency (Demopraxy/Pandemopraxy), Socially Applied Practice, Postwork Futures, Postcapitalism/Alternative Sustainable Economies, Transition to Ethico-Aesthetic Paradigm (Third Paradise), Building the new (Digital/Virtual) Commons.

 

Curatorial Statement 2018/2019 by Valerio Del Baglivo
 
STATEMENT 2019
 

MODES OF INSTITUTING
 
When Michelangelo Pistoletto founded Cittadellarte in 1998, he questioned the social and political role of artists and the function of art organizations in society, with the aim of conceiving an institution fully dedicated to promoting sustainable social changes. How can we inspire the raising of a self-critical art institution that intervenes in the current political debate? And how can we create organizations where people of different class, gender and race interact to find possible solutions to improve civic society? These were some of the main questions that animated the founding of Cittadellarte – Fondazione Pistoletto. Today, the foundation coordinates eleven International Rebirth Forums where a network of civil organizations implements the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in several local-scale community projects. 

After twenty-one years from the establishment of Cittadellarte, the political, economic and social conditions that motivate artists constituting art organizations have changed drastically. We are experiencing times of profound and rapid transformations, whose impacts cannot be in any way addressed on a one-person scale. Particularly, a sense of anxious urgency pervades our lives when confronting two of our major (and interrelated) current concerns: the apparently unrestrainable phenomenon of global warming and the increase of uncontrolled migration flows towards the West. 
Perhaps the art field, in spite of all its contradictions, still represents today one of the agoras where to actively promote collective debates on current political disputes.

The Fall Term titled Modes of Instituting aims to investigate how artists are currently engaged in stretching the very notion of artistic practice beyond the dominant model of art making (Jason E. Bowman, 2016), to invent new organizations that expand art’s intervention into society. We refer to this methodology as instituting - i.e the process of building institutions as a cultural and critical act. At Cittadellarte, the act of instituting responds to four principles: engaging in long term projects, promoting social critique, favouring collective participation on local scale and endorsing multidisciplinary discussion.

Bringing together a plethora of international experts, the Fall Term will be dedicated to discussing how we can establish ethical principles to shape art organizations not only as centres of power, hierarchy, control and discipline. Specifically, on the traces of Michelangelo Pistoletto’s methodology, we will be discussing what are the ways in which art institutions can (un)learn from artistic practices that engage and create communities around issues of concern. And how to shape organizations where audiences are not considered as passive receivers of predefined contents, but as active members of a constituent body, from which to be provoked, getting inspired and learning, in order to bring those same issues of concern to public attention.

FORMAT

The Fall Term is dedicated to imagining the role of art organizations in times of perennial crisis, and to discussing what their future(s) in the next twenty years would be. A group of eight international applicants will be selected to follow a two-month programme of workshops and conferences. Artists and curators that have given life to emergent institutional models and art organizations will be invited as Visiting Professors to share their experiences and concerns. 
The final aim of the term will be to write, all together, an ethical charter on how contemporary art organizations should work as places for political agency, community building and social change.

8 – 10 November
ASSEMBLY (MODES OF INSTITUTING)
by Kobe Matthys (Agency)

11 – 13 November
SITE FOR UNLEARNING (ART ORGANIZATION)
HOW DO WE WANT TO WORK TOGETHER?
by Annette Krauss and Yolande van de Heide

16 – 18 November
TECHNIQUES FOR LIVING OTHERWISE: 
INSTITUTING WITH CARE
by Janna Graham and Valeria Graziano 

19 – 21 November
WORKING TITLE: THROUGH THE LOOKING GLASS 
By Bik Van Der Pol
 
The whole Modes of Instituting Fall program is entirely supported thanks to our historical partner illycaffé S.p.A., also with a workshop exclusively dedicated to young creatives and designers conducted by the duo Cooking Sections. Entitled “Climavore” the duo proposed to work on the production and consumption of foods that react to climatic events induced by man and landscape alterations. 

26 – 29 November
CLIMAVORE
By Cooking Sections



SUMMER CAMP: CLIMATE ACTION


We are living in a time in which the human impact on our planet is having irreversible dramatic consequences on the decline of the natural world. Rather than the soft definition of climate change we should refer to the current situation as a climate breakdown, as artist Brett Bloom deliberately points out. In fact, the living conditions of modern Western society are based on forms of ferocious land and people exploitation that penetrates our bodies, minds and ways of being in the world to remain dependent on oil-based infrastructures without considering the effects. In the meantime, hundreds of thousands of teenagers are demonstrating all around the world in an unprecedented protest against global warming and pollution, vowing to miss school until the governments of their countries take action. 

Since 2003 Michelangelo Pistoletto and Cittadellarte have had on their agenda an ongoing discussion on environment sustainability, also promoting the Rebith Day since 2012: an annual international event dedicated to rebirth, change and the responsibility that each one of us should take in order to build a balanced relationship between nature and artifice. The Rebirth-day represents the celebration of the Third Paradise, a concept developed by Pistoletto to describe the start of a new phase for humanity (in the first paradise humans were fully integrated into nature, while the second is the artificial paradise), promoting a balanced connection between artifice and nature and the potential for social change.

Starting from these premises, the 2019 UNIDEE Summer Term is organized around the summer camp Climate Action, led by three different artists, to respond to the global warming and consider possible actions. During the camp the participants will discuss their relation to fossil sources, experiment in agroecology techniques and discuss climate agency to formulate alternative ways of living in relation with our landscape and the other organisms. Artists Brett BloomFernando Garcia–Dory and Luigi Coppola are all committed on various levels to promoting different practices that re-examine our dependencies from energy exploitation and how we might begin to de-industralise our individual and collective sense of self. Through the recovery of old rural traditions, participatory processes, collective control of the means of production and art, their practices propose alternatives to address how humans relate to nature.

8 – 12 July 
PETRO-SUBJECTIVITY AND SOCIAL ECOLOGY
Brett Bloom

8 – 12 July 
EVOLUTIONARY POPULATIONS: THE SEEDS OF THE WORLD WAITING TO GERMINATE
Luigi Coppola

8 – 12 July 
TOWARDS AN EXPANDED LANDSCAPE
Fernando Garcia Dory

 

COLLECTIVE AGENCY


How do we shape the reality of our living and acting together? Since 2014 Cittadellarte coordinates the International Rebirth Forums connecting different civil organizations with the aim of promoting social change. Each Forum gathers together a diverse range of formal and informal groups (such as associations, foundations, enterprises, governmental organizations, non profit spaces, committees, etc) to implement a collective one-year concrete plan discussing the United Nations 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are in an urgent call for action by all countries. 
In a global partnership with different participants, Cittadellarte has promoted more than 235 meetings worldwide and coined a new word defining its method: demopraxia. Mutuated by the word democracy, the neologism replaces the term cratòs (power) with the word practice (in Greek praxis), converging its meaning on collective agency and co-operation. 

Starting from these premises, the 2019 UNIDEE Spring Term invites artists of different generations to map out the issues surrounding collaborative art from a practitioner's perspective. Exploring the potential of collective action as art work, the invited artists develop working relations with other producers, extensively collaborating with groups and communities to facilitate the creation of different infrastructural conditions and assist them in taking control of their futures. Advocating solidarity and peer-to-peer relationships to develop new ways of regulating everyday life, the artists initiate community-embedded projects combining together discussions, performances, pedagogy and forms of self–organization. In response to the political, social and economical conditions of post-capitalism, the invited artists experiment with community forms of resistance and participation to organize alternative ways of living.

20-22 May 
PROSCENIUM
Adelita Husni-Bey

May 28-30 
SELF-ORGANISATION AS METHOD - the case of platform Chto Delat 
Chto Delat





Here you can read our publication of the 20th anniversary of UNIDEE: Notes from the 2019 UNIDEE residency programs

 
 
UNIDEE RESIDENCY 2018
 
UNIDEE 2018 Fall Term is dedicated to promote and support the practice of three renewed female artists. With different background, artists and curators Amy Franceschini (Futurefarmers), Katarina Zdjelar, Alessandra Saviotti & Gemma Medina Estupiñan (Arte Útil) and their collaborators, will bring into discussion feminism perspectives, agrarian practices, social engagements, peer to peer learning approaches, discussing themes such as integrity, critique of normative standards, sustainability and social change.

9-16 July, 2018
Pattern, Integrity
Amy Franceschini and Lode Vranken (Futurefarmers)
with Livia Cahn


9-16 July, 2018
Broadcasting the archive #10
Alessandra Saviotti and Gemma Medina Estupiñan (Arte Útil)

Extra activities:

9-16 July, 2018
Expanded body #2 Inhabiting time.
An experience about time in the Oasi Zegna

Andrea Caretto and Raffaella Spagna
with José D. Edelstein and Marco Giardino

 
 
Curatorial Statement 2015/2017 by Cecilia Guida
 
STATEMENT 2017
 

Read the 2017 statement (pdf)

Key words: Revolution, Desire, Mediation.

Mentors and Guests in 2017 (in order of appearance):
Etcetera (Loreto Soledad Garìn Guzmàn and Federico Zukerfeld) with Franco “Bifo” Berardi;
Ayreen Anastas and Rene Gabri with Carla Bottiglieri;
Riccardo Fassone and Juan Esteban Sandoval (el puente_lab) with Gabriele Ferri;
Diego del Pozo Barriuso with Julia Morandeira Arrizabalaga;
Andrea Caretto and Raffaella Spagna with Ernst Zürcher;
Gianluca and Massimiliano De Serio with Luigi Fassi;
Attila Faravelli and Enrico Malatesta with Adam Asnan;
Aria Spinelli for the EU project "Trauma & Revival";
Petra Köhle and Federica Martini;
Adrian Paci with Leonardo Caffo and Zef Paci;
Assemble (Amica Dall) and John Bingham-Hall with Efrosini Protopapa;
Rick Lowe with Elpida Rikou.

 

Read all the UNIDEE NOTEBOOKS 2017

 

 
STATEMENT 2016
 


Read the 2016 statement (pdf) 

Key words: Research, Gift, Alteration.

Mentors and Guests in 2016 (in order of appearance):
Expodium (Nikos Doulos and Bart Witte);
Jason Waite with Adelita Husny-Bey;
Lara Almarcegui with Marco Giardino;
Cesare Pietroiusti with Aldo Spinelli;
Martino Gamper with Matteo Lucchetti and Judith Wielander (Visible project);
Giusy Checola with ‘L’Italia che Cambia’ and ‘Transition Town Biella’;
Maddalena Marciano with Claudia Losi and in collaboration with the Fashion Office of Cittadellarte/ B.E.S.T;
Attila Faravelli and Enrico Malatesta with Nicola Ratti;
Luigi Coppola with Daniel Blanga Gubbay;
Antoni Muntadas with Alessandra Messali;
Daria Filardo with Fatma Bucak;
Adrian Paci with Edi Muka;
Aria Spinelli with Núria Güell;
STEALTH.unlimited (Ana Džokić and Marc Neelen) with Erik Jutten and Piet Vollaard.

Read all the UNIDEE NOTEBOOKS 2016



 
STATEMENT 2015
 


Read the 2015 statement 

Key words: Temporality, Responsibility, Participation.

Mentors and Guests in 2015
(in order of appearance):
Salvatore Iaconesi and Oriana Persico;
Silvia Franceschini with Stefano Rabolli Pansera (Beyond Entropy);
Aria Spinelli with Tullio Brunone (Laboratorio di Comunicazione Militante);
Massimiliano Viel;
Emilia Telese with Richard Shields;
Giulia Grechi with Fiamma Montezemolo;
Saioa Olmo Alonso with Sabel Gavaldón;
Giusy Checola with Thomas Gilardi;
Alessandra Donati with SMart Belgio/Italia;
raumlaborberlin;
Beatrice Catanzaro;
STEALTH.unlimited (Ana Džokić and Marc Neelen);
Santiago Reyes Villaveces with Manuel Ángel Macia;
Andrea Caretto and Raffaella Spagna with Attila Faravelli;
Federica Martini with Anne-Julie Raccousier;
Omer Krieger;
Monica Narula (Raqs Media Collective) with Rasmus Nielsen (Superflex).


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ALUMNI

 

FALL TERM 2019:

Agil Abdullayev (1992, AZ) - https://www.agilabdullayev.com/

Orestis Athanasopoulos (1990, GR/FR) - https://vimeo.com/orestesathanasopoulos

Julie Comfort (1979, US/D) - www.juliecomfort.com

Gaia Di Lorenzo (1991, IT) - https://castroprojects.it/en/

Nicholas Ferrara (1984, IT) - http://inkerwarehouse.blogspot.com/

Giulia Floris (1990, IT) - https://castroprojects.it/en/

Carlotta Sofia Grassi (1993,IT) - http://www.ventunesimo.eu/

Annie Larkins (1991, UK) - www.amedina.co

Majd Nasrallah (1993, Palestine)

Yates Norton (1990, UK) - http://rupert.lt/en/

Carolina Ongaro (1989, IT) - http://jupiterwoods.com/

Federica Peyrolo (1989, IT) - http://federicapeyrolo.blogspot.it

Caterina Tioli (1996, IT/NL) - www.caterinatioli.com

Asli Uludag (1990, TR/UK) - www.asliuludag.com

Tina Zlatina (1977, BG) - https://www.tinazlatina.com/


SPRING SUMMER 2019:

Tizo All (1982, BR) - https://tizoall.com/

Nicolas Amaro (1983, CL) - https://www.nicolasamaro.com/

Irene Angenica (1991, IT)

Elena Artemenko (1988, RU) - http://artemenko.net/

Lucandrea Baraldi (1991, IT) - http://www.lucandreabaraldi.com/

Nicola Biagetti (1995, IT)

Alessia Brancaccio (1999, IT)

Bianca Buccioli (1994, IT)

Trine Bumiller (1959, US) - http://www.trinebumiller.com/

Sara Cattin (1990, IT) - http://saracattin.com/

Alix Cerezal Orellana (1995, FR/ES) - https://editionslesgrillages.noblogs.org/

Gabriella Dal Lago (1992, IT)

Ornella De Carlo (1991, IT)

Chiara de Maria (1992, IT)

Gabriele Dini (1985, IT) - http://www.gabrieledini.com/

Eva Durovec (1981, SK)

Laura Faraone (1998, IT) - https://www.instagram.com/LauraHellsYeah/

Sara Fiorentino (1992, IT)

Alexander Gallegos Sorto (1996, SV)

Alizee Gazeau (1990, FR) - http://alizeegazeau.com/

Owen Griffiths (1983, GB) - https://www.aboutreconnection.com/

Antonio Ianniello (1979, IT)

Bianca Lee Vasquez (1983, US/EC/CU) - http://www.biancaleevasquez.com/

Myrto Leventaki (1998, GR)

Ginevra Ludovici (1992, IT)

Danilo Mariniello (1997, IT)

Vanessa Mona (1990, IT)

Isabella Nardon (1992, IT)

Amy Pekal (1993, PL/US/NL) - https://www.amypekal.com/

Jessica Piette (1992, CH/GB) - https://jessicapiette.cargo.site/

Giulia Pozzi (1994, IT)

Julien Prost (1989, FR)

Eleonora Roaro (1989, IT) - http://www.eleonoraroaro.com/

Yuliya Say (1995, UA/IT)

Vitalij Strigunkov (1990, LT/PL) - https://sites.google.com/site/strigunkovart/home

Tsamani Tovar Nino (1991, CO)

Marilou Van Lierop (1957, NL) - http://www.marilouvanlierop.be/?page=loop&id=1

Stefano Volpato (1988, IT)

Sandra Wazaz (1995, US/PL) - https://vimeo.com/sandrawazaz


2018:

Shayma Albess (1991, Palestina)

Ludwig Berger (1986, DE / CH) - www.ludwigberger.com

Sara Cattin (1990, IT) - http://saracattin.com

Daniela Delgado Viteri (1987, EC)

Maria Norte Fonseca (1996, PT / FR)

Leyli Gafarova (1990, AZ / NL)

Laura Harrington (1980, UK) - www.lauraharrington.co.uk

Manjot Kaur (1989, IN) - www.kaurmanjot.com

Eleonora Mattozzi (1992, IT)

Esthela Meza (1992, MX / FR)

Farah Michel (1996, EG / CA / SA)

Marit Mihklepp (1985, EE / NL) - https://maritmihklepp.com

Nicolò Molinari (1995, IT)

Diana Pacelli (1982, IT / DE) - www.dianapacelli.com

Enrico Partengo (1985, IT) - https://enricopartengo.jimdo.com

Meredith Root-Bernstein (1982, US) - www.researchgate.net/profile/Meredith_Root-Bernstein

Maria Giovanna Sodero (1991, IT) - http://mariagiovannasoder.wixsite.com/mariagiovannasodero/portfolio

Elisa Storelli (1986, DE / CH) - http://elisastorelli.ch

Lidia Zhudro (1991, RU) - https://readymag.com/u24375058/lidiazhudro/



SECOND TRIMESTER 2017:

Noor Abed (1988, PS/US) - vimeo.com/210695159

Miguel Amado (1973, P/UK) - www.artandeducation.net/directory/79393/middlesbrough-institute-of-modern-art-at-teesside-university 

Jasmine Bakalarz (1985, RA)

Elena Bellantoni (1975, IT) - vimeo.com/user1954949/about

Chiara Bertin (1985, IT)

Željka Blakšić (1982, HR) - www.gitablak.com

Kristina Borg (1987, M / IT) - independent.academia.edu/KristinaBorg/CurriculumVitae

Anna Borghi (1980, IT) - www.annaborghi.com

Katarina Bramer (1969, S) - www.katarinabramer.com

Eva Bullens (1987, NL) - www.evabullens.org

Laetitia Carlotti (1972, F) - www.arterra.corsica/portofolio_page/laetitia-carlotti-good/

Eduardo Cassina (1986, E) - www.metasitu.com

Borana Dollanga (1993, AL)

Armando Ducellari (1990, AL)

Viktorija Eksta (1987, LV) - www.vikaeksta.com

Marisa Ferreira (1983, P) - www.marisa-ferreira.com

Krzysztof Gutfranski (1982, PL) - www.gutfranski.com

Suzannah Henty (1992, AUS)

Olivia Heron (1985, UK) - www.visitmima.com

Alina Iakubenko (1983, UA)

Anne-Loyse Jaques (1982, CH)

Altin Krasniqi (1994, RKS)

Lori Lako (1991, AL) - startartprojects.com/projects/tu35/

Olga Lukyanova (1988, RUS) - www.dropbox.com

Giles Maffett (1988, UK) - twitter.com/GilesMaffett

Leonardo Mastromauro (1988, IT)

Victoria McKenzie (1993, JA/CDN) - victoriamckenzie.format.com

Dina Mimi (1994, HKJ)

Carisa Mitchell (1986, US / CH) - www.carisamitchell.com

Nicholas Morris (1990, US / UK / F) - www.nicholasedwardmorris.com

Kosmas Nikolaou (1984, GR) - www.3137.gr

Anne Papalia (1957, DZ / F) - http://urlz.fr/5q3Z

Soledad Pinto (1978, RCH) - www.solepinto.com

David Romeron (1979, RCH)

Matthew Rosen (1993, GB) - mattrosen.tumblr.com

Oleksii Sai (1975, UA) - www.oleksiysai.com/bio/

Jean Salamin (1990, CH)

Vanessa Sandoval (1990, CO) - vanessasdovalc.tumblr.com/

Vitalij Strigunkov (1990, LT) - vimeo.com/user15334164

Jetullah Sylejmani (1985, RKS)

Ariane Teodoris (1984, CH)

Sinethemba Twalo (1985, ZA)

Helen Welford (1985, UK) - www.visitmima.com


FIRST TRIMESTER 2017:

Edoardo Aruta (1981, IT) - www.edoardoaruta.com - http://impresari.tumblr.com

Marie Henrich (1995, FR)

Manuel Focareta (1990, IT) - www.numerocromatico.com - www.nodesmagazine.com

Peter Kaergaard Andersen (1988, NL) - www.jamboy.dk

Stefania Crobe (1980, IT) - www.sitilab.org

Lasse Emil Larsen Mouritzen (1988, NL) - www.jamboy.dk

Miru Kim (1995, D / FR) - http://mirumirumirumiru.tumblr.com

Leon Hilton (1984, US) - http://leonjhilton.com

Teodoro Tarazi (1996, IT)

Daniella Domingues (1982, BR) - http://cargocollective.com/danielladomingues

Murari Jha (1988, IND)

Paola Bommarito (1985, IT) - www.roots-routes.org

Nicholas Ferrara (1984, IT) - http://inkerwarehouse.blogspot.com

Nicolò Molinari (1995, IT) - www.facebook.com/giornatadellarte.biella

Sara Gallotto (1987,IT) - http://qasba-project.blogspot.it

Melania Fusco (1987, IT)

Annalisa Zegna (1990, IT) - www.annalisazegna.com

Saverio Bonato (1991, IT) - www.saveriobonato.com

Laura Santini (1993, IT)

Magda Chiarelli (1974, IT) - www.magdarteclaudio.com

Fikrete Topalli (1983, Kosovo)

Murari Jha (1988, IND)

Miguel González Cabezas (1992, A/E) - www.miguelgonzalezcabezas.com

Michelle Claase (1989, ZA/HK) - www.michelleclaase.com

Marie-Andrée Godin (1986, CDN/SF)

Fernanda Rappa (1978, BR) - http://cargocollective.com/fernandarappa

Serena Porrati (1981, IT) - serenaporrati.com

Giulia Filippi (1982, IT) - http://lumensanakirja.blogspot.it

Alessandro Perini (1983, IT) - https://alessandroperini.com

Philip Cartelli (1984, US) - http://pcartelli.com

Micol Roubini (1982, IT) - https://casaliroubini.wordpress.com

Lorenzo Casali (1980, IT) - https://casaliroubini.wordpress.com

Stefan Milosavljevic (1992, SRB/IT) - cargocollective.com/stefanmilosavljevic

Anna Massimo (1995, IT)

Anne Loyse Jaques (1982, CH)

Giacomo Pederiva (1993, IT)

Lisa Andreani (1993, IT)

Roberto Nino Betancourt (1987, CO/IT) - robertoninob.tumblr.com

Zlatolin Ventsislavov Donchev (1990, RC/IT) - http://zlatolin.tumblr.com - www.antomilotta.altervista.org

Manolo Liuzzi (1995, IT)

Sula Chiovenda (1995, IT)

Ariane Teodoris (1984, CH)

Natalia Ludmila (1979, MEX) - http://natalialudmila.net

Alessandra Carosi (1984, IT) - www.alessandracarosi.com

Caterina Giansiracusa (1989, IT) - www.facebook.com/deviAzioniproject


FIRST TRIMESTER 2016:

Vanessa Alessi (1979, IT) - http://alessivanessa.tumblr.com

Lydia Ang (1988, SG) - https://soundcloud.com/lydia-ang

Seitaku Aoyama (1973, JP / US) - www.taksanart.com

Milagros Arias (1984, PE) - https://milagrosariasecada.carbonmade.com

Alaa Abu Asad (1989, PS) - http://aboasadalaa.wixsite.com/this-makes-no-sense

Abigail Auld (1988, CA) - www.abigailauld.com

Claudio Beorchia (1979, IT) - www.claudiobeorchia.it

Mathieu Brethes (1982, FR) - www.sotramem.fr

Nicolò Cervello (1993, IT)

Tom Collison (1991, UK) - http://cargocollective.com/tomcollisondesign

Emer Costello (1979, UK) - www.emercostello.me

Sílvia Cruells (1986, ES) - www.lafloristeria.eu

Cinzia Delnevo (1982, IT / UK) - www.cinziadelnevo.com

Christophe Dos Santos (1992, FR)

Rebecca Dunne (1990, IR) - www.rebeccadunne.tumblr.com

Sophia Edlund (1990, SE)

Stephano Espinoza (1992, EC / US) - http://cargocollective.com/stephanoeg

Nicholas Ferrara (1984, IT) - http://inkerwarehouse.blogspot.it

Andrew Friend (1985, UK) - www.andrewfriend.co.uk

Emma Gibson (1983, AU) - https://emmajgibson.com/

Fionnuala Heidenreich (1979, AU / UK) - www.f-heidenreich.net

Mary Hogan (1993, US) - http://newproxemix.odie.us

Hisae Ikenaga (1977, MX) - http://www.hisaeikenaga.com

Eleni Kamma (1973, GR / CY) - www.elenikamma.com

Fenia Kotsopoulou (1981, GR / UK) - http://feniakotsopoulou.wixsite.com/artist

Katherine Lee (1976, AUS) - http://katielee.com.au

Wayne Lim (1989, SG) - http://cargocollective.com/waynelim

Elena Mazzi (1984, IT) - www.elenamazzi.com

Victoria McKenzie (1993, JM/CA) - http://victoriamckenzie.ca

Valeria Nekhaeva (1985, RU) - http://nekhaevv.tumblr.com

Marie Neumann (1991, DE)

Phumulani Ntuli (1986, ZA/CH)

Patrick Ostrowsky (1991, DE) - http://postrowsky.wixsite.com/patrickostrowsky

Teresa Palmieri (1989, IT ) - http://teresapalmieri.com

Anna Elena Paraboschi (1993, IT)

Marlon Portales (1991, CU)

Jennifer Poueymirou (1972, US) - www.jenpoueymirou.com

Elja Ranta (1980, FI) - www.eijaranta.com

Juan Recaman (1973, CO/US) - http://juanrecaman.com

Jihyun Ryou (1980, KR / IT) - www.savefoodfromthefridge.com

Alessandro Scotti (1971, IT) - www.alessandroscotti.com

Chiara Sgaramella (1982, IT) - http://cargocollective.com/chiarasgaramella

Moonis Shah (1992, IN)

Yana Shushkova (1994, IT / BG)

Sarasija Subramanian (1992, IN)

Maria Vastola (1984, IT) - www.vixmagazine.it/maria-vastola

Lorelinde Verhees (1983, NL) - www.lorelindeverhees.nl

Benjamin Volta (1979, US) - www.benvolta.com

Luz Nadina Zapata (1993, CO)


SECOND TRIMESTER 2016:

Vanessa Alessi (1979, IT) - http://alessivanessa.tumblr.com/

Giampaolo Algieri (1990,IT)

Miguel Amado (1973, PT / US) - www.visitmima.com

Valeriana Bercicchi (1987, IT)

Patrizia Bonardi (1969, IT) - www.patriziabonardi.net

Anna Borghi (1980, IT) - www.annaborghi.com

Eva Bullens (1987, NL) - www.evabullens.org - www.unusualbusiness.nl

Noemi Cassani (1993, IT)

Lorie Caval (1972, US) - www.loriecaval.com

Aurora Chiriaco (1994, IT)

Marta Colpani (1986, IT / NL) - www.martacolpani.com

Daniel Dallabrida (1956, US) - www.dallabrida.com

Angelo Di Bello (1976, IT)

Alicia Dupont Lievens (1993, FR) - https://aliciadlblog.wordpress.com

Kirsten Farrell (1971, AU) - www.kirsten-farrell.com

Bib Frrokaj (1992, AL)

Jumana Ghouth (1987, SA)

Tara Gilbee (1970, AU) - www.taragilbee.com

Lek M. Gjeloshi (1987, AL)

Chihiro Gompei (1985, JP / UK)- www.chihirogompei.com

Chanel Hackett (1991, US)

Marie-Nour Hechaime (1989, LB)

Franziska Hederer (1972, AT) - http://kunstlabor-graz.at

Lore Hindiger (1956, AT) - http://kunstlabor-graz.at

Matteo Impedovo (1993, IT)

Alison Levy (1979, US) - www.starryblessings.com

Giulia Marra (1983, IT)

Giulia Meloni (1990, IT)

April Moon (1986, KR)

Andria Nicolaou (1992, CY)

G. Olmo Stuppia (1991, IT) - www.bevilacqualamasa.it/gaetano-olmo-stuppia

Alessandra Prandin (1985, IT) - www.collectif-aboutblank.com/lecollectif.html

Nuvola Ravera (1984, IT) - www.bevilacqualamasa.it/nuvola-ravera

Jacopo Rinaldi (1988, IT) - http://cargocollective.com/jacoporinaldi

Enza Rripaj (1995, AL)

Sandra Schüddekopf (1973, AT) - http://kunstlabor-graz.at

Fabienne Trotte (1971, FR) - http://cargocollective.com/devenirpaysage

Raneem Turjman (1987, US / PS) - www.behance.net/raneemturjman

Dennis van Gaalen (1986, NL) - www.studioinherent.com - www.unusualbusiness.nl

Paul Wiebinski (1983, DE) - http://kunstlabor-graz.at

Francesco Zanatta (1989, IT) - www.bevilacqualamasa.it/francesco-zanatta

Annalisa Zegna (1990, IT)

Edith Zeier-Draxl (1957, AT) - http://kunstlabor-graz.at


FIRST TRIMESTER 2015:

Nour Abd Elrahman Abu Arafeh (1986, PS / CH)

Anna Andrich (1985, DE / BE)

AVES project (Matteo Gatti (1989, IT) & Demetrio Giacomelli (1986, IT))

Valentina Bonizzi (1982, IT / UK)

Victor Brustet (1991, FR)

Adelaide Cioni (1976, IT) - www.adelaidecioni.com

Milica Ćirović (1984, RS / IT )

Giulia Crisci (1989, IT)

Aleksandra Anna Czuba (1976, IT)

Jessica Esther Decorvet (1989, CH)

Ekarasa Mara Doblanovic (1978, HR / IT / NZ) - www.imaginetheland.com - www.ekarasa.com

Marta Ferretti (1976, IT)

Olivia Garro (1991, IT)

Ilaria Genovesio (1992, IT)

Genevieve Goffman (1991, USA)

Mohamed Zacharia Hamideche (1990, DZ / FR)

Lucia Mammana (1989, IT)

Anne Marchal (1990, FR) - http://annemarchal.tumblr.com/ - https://vimeo.com/user38593370

Thomas Fabien Martin (1986, FR)

Julie Martin-Cabétich (1982, FR)

Gemma Rosa Medina Estupiñán (1975, ES / NL) - http://www.arte-util.org -http://museumarteutil.net

Alexia Mellor (1975, UK) - http://alexiamellor.com

Alma Oneida Sauret (1993, FR) - https://soundcloud.com/alma-sauret-small

Marianna Orlotti (1988, IT)

Parasite 2.0 (Stefano Colombo (1989, IT) & Eugenio Cosentino (1989, IT)) - http://parasitelab.tumblr.com/

Anna Teresa Pfeiffer (1987, PL / IT)

Sofya Postnikova (1993, RU / NL)

Giorgia Zoe Righini (1987, IT)

Karim Rochdi (1989, MA /IT)

Giulia Roncucci (1982, IT)

Ewa Rossal (1979, PL)

Aela Yanina Royer (1992, FR)

Irene Ruiz Bazán (1983, ES / IT)

Peter Philippe Schreuder (1982, CH) - http://peterschreuder.tumblr.com/ - https://twitter.com/peter_schreuder

Maria Slavnova (1983, RU / USA / AZ) - http://issuu.com/mosurbanforum/docs/archaeology_of_the_periphery - http://rebargroup.org/ - http://www.strelka.com/en/research/studio/retail

Edgar Tom Owino Stockton (1992. UK / CH / FR)

Chiara Tirloni (1969, IT)

Fabienne Trotte (1971, FR) - http://cargocollective.com/devenirpaysage

Allard van Hoorn (1968, NL) - http://www.allardvanhoorn.com/biography_020.asp - http://www.allardvanhoorn.com/biography_024.asp - http://www.allardvanhoorn.com/biography_028.asp

Linda Vigiani (1986, IT)

Eszter Wolf (1973, HU) - http://eszterwolf.com/cv_wolf_2015_eng_new.pdf  - http://eszterwolf.com/portfolio_wolf_2015_eng_new.pdf

Annalisa Zegna (1990, IT)


SECOND TRIMESTER 2015:

Andrea Alauria (1991, IT)

Mariangela Aponte (1983, CO)

Anita Bacic (1967, AU) - www.anitabacic.com - www.rediscoveringspringfield.com -https://vimeo.com/80697238

Ágnes Básthy (1986, HU) - http://agnesbasthy.wixsite.com/photo

Roberta Bernasconi (1985, IT)

Juhikadevi Bhanjdeo (1986, IN)

Johanna Bratel (1985, SE)

Anna Bromley (1971, DE)

Jeanette Castioni (1968, IT/IS) - www.jeannette.is

Dandara Catete (1992, BR) - http://dandaracatete.wix.com/arte

Queenie Clarke (1991, UK) - www.queenieclarke.com

Marta Colpani (1986, IT/NL) - www.martacolpani.com/

 Sergey Kantsedal (1989, UA/IT)

Mariapia Colzani
(1992, IT) - http://issuu.com/mariapiacolzani/docs/portfolio_11-15_divise

Marta Duzzi (1990, IT)

Nathalie Esther Eldan (1981, IL) - www.nathalieeldanarchitecture.com

Simone Frangi (1982, IT) - www.viafarini.org

Valentina Furian (1989, IT) - http://issuu.com/valentinafurian/docs/furian_portfolio_12i2015

Katia Greco (1977, IT) - https://katiadgreco.carbonmade.com

Miles Greenberg (1997, CA) - http://www.milesgreenberg.com

Bahar Habibi (1990, IR/CA) - http://cargocollective.com/wwwbaharhabibicom

Diva Helmy (1993, US) - www.divahelmy.com

Lorenza Ippolito (1979, UK) - www.lorenzaippolito.co.uk

Mako Ishizuka (1974, JP/SE) - http://www.makois.com/

Pablo Jansana (1976, CL/US) - www.pablojansana.com

Astrid Kaemmerling (1983, DE) - https://astridkaemmerling.com/

Aya Kirresh (1989, PS)

Lia Krucken (1973, BR/DE) - https://liakrucken.de

Lila Lee (1980, KR) - www.leehyijung.com

Clara Madaro (1989, IT) - https://independent.academia.edu/ClaraMadaro

Luciana Maia Dos Santos (1986, BR) - www.lumaia.com

Abigale Neate-Wilson (1990, UK) - http://www.abigaleneatewilson.com

Pietro Nocita (1980, IT)

One in the Loop (1980, IT) - http://10oneintheloop.blogspot.it/

Ji Hyun Park (1980, KR/DE) - http://jihyunpark.org/

Alessandro Perini (1983, IT/SE) - www.alessandroperini.com/Alessandro_Perini/Home.html - https://touchmysound.wordpress.com/

James Phillips (1981, CA)

Anna Pirri (1991, IT)

Ricardo Portilho (1970, BR)

Sofya Postnikova (1993, RU)

Alessandra Ricci Ascoli (1969, IT)

Katia Schneller (1979, FR)

Miriam Secco (1981, IT) - www.miriamsecco.com

Vittoria Soddu (1986, IT/BE)

Roxane Spang (1992, CO/IT)

Vitalij Strigunkov (1990, LT) - https://sites.google.com/site/strigunkovart/home

Muhammad Taymour (1985, EG)

Fabienne Trotte (1971, FR) - http://cargocollective.com/devenirpaysage

Laurent Vernet (1982, CA) - http://www.laurent-vernet.com/about

Asia Valencic (1991, IT) - http://issuu.com/asiavalencic/docs/public_outdoor_design - http://cargocollective.com/asiavalencic

Valerio Veneruso (1984, IT) - https://dadavs.wordpress.com/

Filippo Vinci (1990, IT/BR)