Co-ecologies. Beyond the anthropocene.

Co-ecologies. Beyond the anthropocene.

Winter Program – Curated by Carlos Casas


Opening with a lecture by independent researcher and anthropologist Laura Tripaldi, the September 2023/February 2024 semester is titled “Co-Ecologies”.

The program addresses issues related to the Anthropocene, envisioning a not-so-distant future in which the human race will become aware of its co-dependence with the environment, and cooperation between different disciplines will provide new solutions to the stagnation resulting from the climate crisis. The biological, geological and ecological processes that the latest technologies and contemporary artistic practices are using to devise alternative ways of life and coexistence on our planet will be debated throughout the semester. 


This semester we welcome 15 new residents:


Alessandra Centorbi (Argentina)

Allison Costa (USA)

Davide Balda (Italia)

Dora Ramljak (Croazia)

Jihyun Park (Corea del Sud)

Joe Habben (UK)

Josephine Illingworth-Law (UK)

Lakaaysha van Ewijk (Paesi Bassi)

Maria Fernanda Vaca (Colombia)

Maximilian Bufardeci (Australia)

Roberto Cannarile (Italia)

Sara Fietcher (Svizzera)

Sevilâ Nariman-qizi (Crimea, Ucraina)

Vivek Jain (India)

Yirui Fang (Cina)

Senior residents:


Alice Nascimben (Italy)

Azuka Akagawa (Japan)

Sethuraman Harikrishnan (India)


Residency Coordinator and Art Director:

Francesca Perpetuini (Italy)


The program will welcome guests from all over the world and from different art fields such as:


Aaron Davidson

Charles Stankievech

Chris Watson

Christina Seely

Emilia Tapprest


Institute for Postnatural Studies

Jana Winderen

Jenna Sutela

John Palmesino

Marina Caneve

Matthew C. Wilson

Melissa Dubbin


Michael Wang

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