Matteo Guidi - Giuliana Racco

(Cesena, Italy / Toronto, Canada., 1978)

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Giuliana Racco (Toronto, Canadá. 1976) Artista Licenciada en Bellas Artes en Queen’s University de Kingston, CND, (1999)y con un Master en Arte Visual, en la Universidad IUAV de Venecia (2006). Su práctica abarca el dibujo, el vídeo, la instalación, la fotografía, el texto escrito, la intervención pública y los libros de artistas.En el año 2015 el Consejo de las Artes de Canadá se le otorgó la beca de investigación y producción.

Matteo Guidi (Cesena, Italia. 1978) Artista y Antropólogo, Diplomado en Comunicación Visual (1998), y graduado en Etno-antropología en la Universidad de Bolonia (2011). Es profesor de Sociología de la comunicación en la ISIA de Urbino (I). Es miembro de la A/A Network ((Art and Anthropology Network), y de la Cooperativa Co.Mo.Do. (Comunicar Multiplica Deberes). Sus investigaciones miran a las prácticas altamente imaginativas desarrollada en espacios cerrados y controlados (tales como cocinar y fotografiar en prisiones). En el año 2014 fue galardonado con la beca Arte para la Mejora Social 2014 de la Fundación Obra Social La Caixa.

Solos y en colectivo, han participado en exhibiciones, festivales y conferencias en contextos internacionales: Virreina Centre de la imatge, Fundació Suñol, Fabra i Coats, Arts Santa Mónica, Barcelona (E), Goethe Institute de Barcelona (E), Bienal de Valls  (E), Museo d'arte Moderna di Cagliari (I), DAAR Beit Sahour (PS), GalleriaPiù, Bologna (I), Departament de Justicia de la Generalitat de Catalunya, Barcelona (E), Centro de Cultura d’España, Montevideo (U), Disseny Hub, Barcelona (E), Espacio AB9 Murcia (E), Faculdade de belas artes de cidade de Porto (P), University of Barcelona (E), Escola Massana Barcelona (E), Kunstuniversität Linz (A), Il vivaio del malcantone, Florencia (I), Fondazione Pastificio Cerere, Roma (I), Double Room Trieste (I), Galerija SIZ Rijeka, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka (HR), Akademie der Künste der Welt Cologne (D), International Academy Of Art Palestine Ramallah (PS), Artissima Lido - Turin Contemporary Art Fair (I), Galleria Civica Mestre (I), NotGallery, Napoles (I), Fotomuseum Winterthur (CH), Festival Loop Barcelona (E), SESC de Artes – Mediterrane São Paulo (BR), Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain Strasbourg (FR), Bethnal Green Road London (UK) y  Center For Design Research & Education of Hanyang University Kyunggido (KR). Han participado en programas de investigación y residencia internacionales en España (Hangar, Barcelona); Portugal (soft Control/The Technical Unconsciuos, O'Porto); Cirsjordania (Campus in Camps/ DAAR Decoloninzing Architecture Art Residency, Beit Sahour), Croacia (Kamova, Rijeka), Israel (JCVA Jerusalem Centrer for The Visual Art, Tel Aviv), Italia (O’, Milan; Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venecia), Luxemburg (Kulturfabrik, Esch-sur-Alzette). Han conducido talleres en diferentes contextos: escuelas secundarias, universidades, prisiones, campos de refugiados.

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Giuliana Racco (Toronto, Canada, 1976) is an artist with a BFA (Honours) from Queen’s University and an MFA from the IUAV University of Venice (2006). Her practice spans drawing, video, installation, photography, text, public interventions and artists books. She was awarded a research and production grant by the Canada Arts Council for the year 2015.

Matteo Guidi (Cesena, Italy, 1978) is an artist with a Diploma in Visual Communication and a Degree in Ethno-anthropology, University of Bologna. He is a professor of Sociology of Communication at ISIA of Urbino.  He is a member of A/A Network (Art and Anthropology Network) and CoMoDo (Communicates Multiply Duties). His investigations look into highly imaginative practices in closed spaces of control (such as cooking and photography in prisons). He was awarded the Arte para la mejora social 2014 prize by Obra Social La Caixa Foundation.

Together and independently they have participated in exhibitions and festivals and held talks in international contexts, such as the Virreina Image Center, Fundació Suñol, Fabra i Coats, Arts Santa Mónica Centre, Barcelona (E), Goethe Institute of Barcelona (E), Valls biennal (E), Museum of Modern Art of Cagliari (I), DAAR Beit Sahour (PS), GalleriaPiù, Bologna (I), Department of Justice of Generalitat de Catalunya, Barcelona (E), Centro de Cultura d’España, Montevideo (U), Disseny Hub, Barcelona (E), Espacio AB9 Murcia (E), Faculty of Fine Arts of the city of Porto (P), University of Barcelona (E), Escola Massana Barcelona (E), Kunstuniversität Linz (A), Il vivaio del malcantone, Florence (I), Fondazione Pastificio Cerere, Rome (I), Double Room Trieste (I), Galerija SIZ Rijeka, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art Rijeka (HR), Akademie der Künste der Welt Cologne (D), International Academy Of Art Palestine Ramallah (PS), Artissima Lido - Turin Contemporary Art Fair (I), Galleria Civica Mestre (I), NotGallery, Naples (I), Fotomuseum Winterthur (CH), Festival Loop Barcelona (E), SESC de Artes – Mediterrane São Paulo (BR), Musée d’Art Moderne et Contemporain Strasbourg (FR), Bethnal Green Road London (UK) and the Center For Design Research & Education of Hanyang University Kyunggido (KR).  They have participated in international research and residency programmes in Spain (Hangar Barcelona); Portugal (Soft Control / The Technical Unconscious); West Bank (Campus in Camps/DAAR Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency Bethlehem); Croatia (Kamova Rijeka); Israel (Jerusalem Center for the Visual Arts); Italy (O’, Milan, Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice) and Luxemburg (Kulturfabrik Esch-sur-Alzette). They have conducted workshops in a variety of environments, including universities, prisons and refugee camps.