Marco Paltrinieri, artist
Andrè Malraux, Museum Without Walls, published by Granada Publishing, 1974
Over the last forty years of his life, Malraux would assemble, disassemble, and reassemble montages of photographic reproductions to create Le Musée imaginaire, which ranks as one the twentieth century’s seminal manifestations of the archive. Malraux’s idea of an imaginary museum, a “museum without walls” (which he first announced in 1947), is a prescient manifesto of the digital age that enacts th
Ignasi López, photographer, editor, designer
La Fuga. breve atlas de analogías, self-published, 2019-2020
La Fuga is a 60 pages book in 3 issues of 20 pages, with a private edition sent to 50 people in 3 deliveries (on 07/19, 11/19/2019 and 04/20/2020)
On which fields of knowledge are you focused?
Art, Science, Sports culture, History of Religions, Landscape, Geography, Philosophy, Ecology, Found Pictures...
What is the object of your research?
My recent work is bas
Stefano Graziani, photographer
Under the Volcano and other Stories, published by Mazzoli, Modena 2009;
It Seemed as though the Mist itself had Screamed, published by Mazzoli, Modena 2013.
which fields of knowledge are you focused?
is the object of your research?
It is knowledge itself, the ambitious idea to see the mechanism organizing our world and to consider photography
Natasha Christia, non-affiliated curator, writer and educator.
Lukas Birk, FERNWEH: A Man’s Journey, a series of exhibitions and a book.
FERNWEH: A Man’s Journey was originally conceived as a mutating touring exhibition:
Lukas Birk: Travelogue Sammlung Istanbul. Noks Independent Art Space. Istanbul, October 13–November 5, 2018.
Lukas Birk: Sammlung-bis jetzt. Galerie Hollenstein, Lustenau (Austria), September 21–October 28, 2018.
Travelogue Sammlung by Lukas Birk. Transformart Gallery-Belgrade Photomonth, April 2018.
Luca Galofaro, architect and educator
An Atlas of imagination, by Luca Galofaro, DAMDI publisher, Seoul 2015
The object of Luca Galofaro’s research is the relationship between images and architecture.
Before beginning my university degrees I started doing some photomontage in order to put together an illustrated text through which I could ponder on the Form I would use to represent the human being in the outer space. Drawing architecture in another dimension, with c
Nicolò Degiorgis, photographer and visual artist
The Long 19th Century Digested Vol. I and II
Focused on Art, photography, publishing, the main objects of his research are social phenomena at large, boarder regions, minority comminities, migrational movements, racial intollerance, islamophobia, nationalism, institutional critique, among others. Long term projects stemming out of personal experiences are a constant in his work. He doesn’t know about Aby Warburg's work until this call.
The Long 19th Century Digested