Learning and Residencies Programmes
The story and the documentation about COMP(H)OST have been entrusted to the Communication Laboratory, directed by the videomaker Irene Dionisio and the photographer Francesca Cirilli.
In the COMP(H)OST project, the notion of compost, with its references to the concepts of waste, fertility and mixing, meets the notion of hospitality, that evokes the host’s generative and fertilizing power.
It involved a group of students from the “Renato Cottini” Secondary School of the Arts in a project based on a learning by doing methodology that brought together creative training and experience.
How do you tell the story of a process? How do you document the performative practices, between authorship, participation, and interpretation?
Inhabiting the Mineral dealt with cross-references and connections between the practices of contemporary art and the most recent reflections on the relationship between the phenomena that determine our environment and our own relationship with it.
A workshop with the students of IAAD Turin to create a collection of tangible and intangible works for a “Creative Museum in Aurora”, still not existing.
Resò is an international residency programme that is the result of the collective work of nine contemporary art institutions operating in Piedmont.
An educational and residency programme developed with workshops, meetings, surveys and research carried out by eight young Italian and French artists.
A panel dedicated to the relationship between artistic creation and legal discipline, realized within the training activities of the project Acteurs transculturels on the occasion of the 20th edition of Artissima.
“If an artwork has juridical consistency, who has the tools to discuss it?” This is the question that gave rise to Il Curatore giuridico [The juridical curator], a workshop for students of the Law Faculty of the University of Turin.
An urban observation laboratory, an advanced educational programme and a collaboration platform which involved thirty youths from various disciplinary areas in a research focusing on the city and its transformations.