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Leonardo Caffo

Leonardo Caffo is professor of ontology and design at Politecnico di Torino and of Curatorial Studies at Naba. Founder of curatorial plattform Waiting Posthuman Studio and author of some books likeAn Art for The others (New York, 2015) and Fragile Umanità (Torino, 2017). He is also Columnist of Corriere della Sera and of L’Espresso.

Sofia Belenky /

Hunter Doyle

Hunter Doyle and Sofia Pia Belenky are designers, editors and researchers in the extended field of architecture and urbanism.
Prior to meeting at Columbia University GSAPP both Belenky and Doyle studied studio art at Bard College and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago respectively. In 2014 both left Columbia tofinish their architectural studies in London at the Architectural Association.
Belenky and Doyle are based between London, Genova and Brussels where they collaborate on a wide range of projects from uildings, exhibitions, writing and curating. In 2016 Sofia Pia along with Tobias Hentzer Dausgaard founded DUE, a weekly publication on architecture and visual culture, which Hunter joined as an editor in 2017.

Leonardo Dellanoce

Leonardo Dellanoce is an art historian who explores technological realities with art and design as navigational tools. Collaboration is at the core of his practice, as he works with artists, spatial designers and theorists on a variety of projects. Among others, he is co-curating the research series Vertical Atlas: a Techno-political Cartography, on show at Het Nieuwe Instituut and Stedelijk Museum in Fall 2018. He also co-initiated Digital Earth, a global and decentralized fellowship for artists and designers from Asia and Africa investigating the materiality and immateriality of the digital reality. Currently, he is also editor of Archis/Volume where he initiated the long-term research project Trust in the Blockchain Society.

Olivier Goethals

I am interested in Space. In the different meaning of Space. The Space between 2 sounds, the place between 2 walls, the tension between 2 lines. 1D, 2D, 3D, 4D,   
Space is not the big nothing. It is the big all. It is the figure and background.
It is the essence of time. Space with a capital S. I make space and I make work which reflects on Space. I am space. I believe that all good things serve space.

Angelo Renna

Angelo Renna (Florence, 1985) is an architect that has grown a particular interest in preserving and implementing natural elements in architecture. He studied Architecture in Florence and Port and he collaborated with different offices such as Stefano Boeri Architetti in Milan and Topotek1 in Berlin. In 2015 he won the NIB prize for the Top10 under 36 Italian architects in the category landscape and he has recently been selected as one of the young talent architects by WALLPAPER Magazine.

Palazzi Club 

Alberto Wolfango Amedeo D’Asaro has many names but everybody calls him Paletta. He has a  (almost) very bad memory and for this reason he always draws and takes notes. He liked Chantillo and he tried to export it. Its evolution into Palazzi.club reminds him to be an architect and an assistant professor at the Politecnico di Milano. www.palazzi.club

Parasite 2.0

Parasite 2.0 was founded in 2010 by Stefano Colombo, Eugenio Cosentino and Luca Marullo. They investigate the status of human habitat acting within a hybrid of architecture, art, and design. They are the 2016 winners of YAP MAXXI. Their works have been exhibited at the XX Chilean Architecture Biennale (2017), the Shenzhen Architecture Biennale (2015) and at the Venice Architecture Biennale (2014 and 2012). They have published the book Primitive Future Office. They are Professor at the NABA Nuova Accademia Belle Arti Milano and at the MADE Program-Accademia di Belle Arti R. Gagliardi in Siracusa. Parasite 2.0 is represented by Operativa Arte Contemporanea Gallery and Galleria Corraini Arte Contemporanea.

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