In Italy, the wild Renaissance

In Italy, since mid-May, a new renaissance has emerged, where artists and architects are drawing new perspectives and inventing new possibilities in response to the ecological crisis. Far from seeking a new measurement of man, they seek another relationship, especially with non-humans. A "wild renaissance" as the researcher and art theorist Guillaume Logé describes it, [...]


Attempts to replace an anthropocentric culture

Urgency to preserve our common goods, a critical look at history and its heritage, futuristic scenarios integrating all living things; the international artistic community opens as many doors as  necessary to find a new way of inhabiting the earth, and sharing its equitably between humans and non-humans. The routes of this cultural change stretch from [...]


Dolomiti Contemporanee by Gianluca D’Inca Levis

Founded in 2011 by Gianluca D'incà Levis, the living art laboratory of the Dolomiti Contemporanee landscape - located in the Dolomites region in Veneto - aims to regenerate the heritage of the Italian mountains. This organization develops a program combining art, culture and research, as well as cultural resilience. Its projects focus on healing natural [...]

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In conversation with the artist Tiphaine Calmettes

When did ecology first come into your work? At the School of Fine Arts in Bourges, I worked on brutalist, post-industrial architecture; then I made a study trip to Mongolia which connected me to the landscape and the natural elements - it was then that I realised I’d missed my rendezvous with the landscape up [...]


Put an end to waste in culture

Ki Culture, based in the Netherlands, is an exciting new player identifying the link between culture and sustainability. Under the impetus of its founder Caitlin Southwick, whom we interviewed (on our IGTV), Ki Culture is determined to instigate change in the cultural sector, especially museums and heritage, seeing the potential to create significant movement in [...]