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How was it for you? (2019)

La Biennale di Venezia is a global cultural event which draws the world’s gaze to Venice. How Was It For You? is an investigation into the ways in which the institution serves the interests of the city and its residents.…

Critical care: Architecture and urbanism for a broken planet (2019)

Critical Care. Architecture and urbanism for a broken planet” is a book published by MIT Press and was an exhibition at  Architekturzentrum Wien edited and  curated by Elke Krasny and  Angelika Fitz. The book was reviewed in Architectural Digest. The book contains 21 case studies as well…

Picnic in and for the Arsenale di Venezia

Sunday 10 March 2019, Giardino delle Vergini and the Darsena Grande The idea for this picnic was totally spontaneous, in response to the Circolo Italo- Britannico’s request that we help occupy their guests: Marcus Binney, Executive President of SAVE Britain’s…

Laguna Viva at the V-A-C Foundation

Laguna Viva opens at the V-A-C Foundation’s Palazzo delle Zattere Laguna Viva is integral to the long-term strategy whereby Palazzo delle Zattere engage with the complexities of everyday life in Venice. V-A-C Foundation commissioned London based collective Assemble, who work across the…

Biennale related work

We are here Venice has been facilitating connections between curators, production teams and Venice as a real city. So far, we have been engaged by representative of a few different countries and institutions that will be exhibiting later this year.…

Conversation with Rob Hopkins, founder of the Transition Towns Movement

Together with Michele Savorgnano of FUD we have begun a discussion with Rob Hopkins in Totnes (UK) about how to transfer their extensive experience of grassroots engagement and positive change to the Venice community. Here Rob gives us his viewpoint…

2016 Theatrum Mundi

CULTURE BEYOND TOURISM In July 2016, TM and WahW organised a second workshop in Venice specifically on CULTURE BEYOND TOURISM. We live in an era of planetary tourism. Tourism accounts for 9% of global GDP and is climbing. One out…

2016 Forum Futuro Arsenale

The movement that began in 2012 to monitor and contribute to the revitalisation of the enormous Arsenale compendium has now formalised its existence as a non-profit organisation. The interests of over 30 local groups are represented by this coordinating body.…

Jane Da Mosto at the LSE Literary Festival

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