Tommaso Gorla

Tommaso Gorla is an Italian artist and researcher. He is interested in visual agency and in the affective role of images within processes of memory and recollection. He holds a PhD in Anthropology from EHESS, Paris. He currently teaches Critical and Contextual Studies at London Met and is an associate lecturer in Anthropology at Accademia Santa Giulia, Brescia.
Anima Loci Filippo Vogliazzo and Tommaso Gorla

During WWII, a high number of bunkers and casemates were implanted upon the territory of the Venice lagoon. How have these massive monolithic shapes contributed to the reorganisation of the postwar landscape? Have they remained as inert forms or have they rather established a relationship with the inhabitants of their… Read more »