2020 Antakya, Turkey New
2018 Glasgow Architecture Fringe
Paesaggi Migranti was invited by Chez Etym to take part to 'site (n.)', an exhibition and panel discussion in Glasgow, presenting the documentary New Inhabitants of the Appennines. Site (n) was hosted as part of the 2018 Architecture Fringe Open Programme.
More info on Chez Etym website.
Video Work and Festival
Chez Etym. is a nascent architectural publication considering alternative perceptions of place & time. The publication is tied together under the principle of the Etymology of Place. This principle was catalysed by parallels found between the etymology of the word ‘site’ and three distinct facets signified within Chez Etym.’s consideration of place: landscape, the urban fabric and culture.
2017 New Inhabitants of the Appennines
Paesaggi Migranti was invited by PFAM (Piccolo Festival di Antropologia di Montagna) team to take part to an artist residency with the aim of storytell the life of an asylum seeker who lives in Berceto, in the Tosco-Emilian Appennines, focusing on the way through which he embrace and percieve life in the mountain together with other "New Inhabitants". The results was displayed in an exhibition during the festival.
Residency, Video Work and Festival
Special thanks to Stefano Setti, Maria Molinari and Giacomo Agnetti (PFAM), Abdi, Bombay, John, George and all the we met during the making of The New Inhabitants of The Appennines.
2016-17 Floating Mountains
Following the previous work in Pennabilli, Paesaggi Migranti organized an open call for artists and designers who took part to an artist residency and later led a 10-days workshop for 20 worldwide creatives. The results where exhibited during Artisti in Piazza Festival and later in the Renzi Museum.
Workshops (Public Nature, Fragments, Printing Landscapes)
Community Event and Festival
Artists and Partners
Artists: Nele Hartman, Attilio Doreste, Mikael Hansen, Stellepolari, Alessandro Mulazzani
Partners: MUSSS, Festival Artisti in Piazza, IBGE Emilia Romagna, Proloco Pennabilli, Comune di Pennabilli
External Contributors: Stela Horvat (Photography), Ena Jurov (Storytelling), Silvia Caroni (Videomaking)
Soundzan is a festival focused on the experience of music and sound in the unique landscape of Borghi. Paesaggi Migranti was in the line-up in 2016 and 2017, making with two different sound performances and exhibitions focused on the floating mountains, geographically located in the same area.
Residency and Performance
2015-16 Camera Obscura
The first project of the collective was based on a research, made to investigate the effects of a single geological fact on the life and history of the Valmarecchia Valley, highlighting the relationships and the symboisis that man created trough the years with his own land.