Tommaso Gorla is an Italian artist and researcher. He holds a PhD in Anthropology from EHESS, Paris and is currently a member of the Laboratoire d’Anthropologie Sociale (LAS), Paris. He is the founder of El Cocuy Projects (2011-16), an itinerant curatorial project focused on contemporary music and sound art, as well as the founder and chief editor of the visual culture journal Anima Loci (2019). He teaches anthropology at Accademia Santa Giulia in Brescia and is a Visual Arts tutor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Verona. His interests revolve around the agency of images and their affective role within the processes of memory and recollection.View all board members
2015 marked the island city-state Singapore’s golden jubilee. Amongst the festivities and events celebrating the country’s independence was public coverage of the Dakota estate, one of the oldest public housing developments in Singapore. With its impending demolition to make way for redevelopment, the area was featured in numerous arts, culture,… Read more »
Starting in Morocco, the National 1 traverses the disputed territory of the Western Sahara to join Mauritania. The arid landscape that it crosses bears few markers of human activity. Elements shaped, eroded, bent or battered by the Harmattan sand storms overshadow man-made structures. Photographer Jérémie Vaudaux takes us along that… Read more »
A photoessay that documents a different side of Tuscany, where the overlooked spreads and defies the resistance of an apparently immutable landscape. Diving into the mundane, photographer Lorenzo Valloriani tries to capture and celebrate the unnoticed that flows in the undercurrents of the land.