A group of teenagers as explorers, an artist as a guide, a garden on the outskirts as landscape, and a contemporary art centre as a laboratory.
Atelier del Camouflage is conceived to ease the “disappearance” of fabrics and other artefacts that invasively affect the extra-urban territory, as a new form of land art and an ecology of vision.
An inscription drawn on the wall in a courtyard of the Museum of the Resistance of Turin and realized for the 25th April celebrations, the day of the Italian liberation from fascism.
A monument to the workers of the Superga factory in Turin, a reflection on the issue of the ‘void of memories’ that accompanies the history of women.
A story set in the Fiat Mirafiori facility appeared on walls of various places of significance in Turin’s labour history.
A series of sewing workshops to create a new theatre curtain embroidered with the artisan technique of arpilleras.
A project aiming to improve the environmental impact of a district heating system cogeneration power station.
In the courtyard of Caraglio Spinning Mill, a temporary community of the town’s citizens worked together for erecting a cardboard “water tower” 12 metres high in just one morning.
“A form of action to remove what is removed, to create conditions that, in a virtual form, enable the objects to regain their unknown history, which brings together recent past and the present day”.
nventaLavoro is a project conceived of by Marco Vaglieri for Forno Canavese and dedicated to the concept of work and its creative revisiting.
A permanent recreational facility taking inspiration from the drawings of the children involved by the local government in the participative design of the park.
“A fitness track for the mind”, that interrogates the visitors’ level of perception of the environment along the pathway that stretches approximately 1.5km between the town and the river,
A project which suggested contemporary art as a tool of area intervention in relation to specific governance objectives of small local governments.
In 2000 a.titolo involved Annamaria Ferrero and Massimo Di Nonno with the aim of supporting the actions of the PRU with artistic interventions resulting from the relationship with the inhabitants.