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Hoël Duret
Born in1988 Hoël Duret graduated from the Ecole des Beaux Arts of Nantes.
His work was exhibited at the Centro Pompidou, Palais de Tokyo, Palazzo Strozzi, Opera Garnier – Opéra de Paris, Seoul Art Museum, Yishu 8 – Beijing, Martos Galery Los Angeles,  Castillo/Corrales and at FRAC des Pays de la Loire. At the moment he works in Paris and Nantes. Hoël’s works fall under the category of the absurd, they are the visions of a bumbling artist. Below the jesting and often ironic surface there is a critical way of thinking in between homage and irreverence to art history, visible thanks to the numerous hidden reference in his works. His practice is trans-disciplinary and his references that range from cinema and design to dance and painting, from music to architecture. The plastic and critic reflection of the artist develops also through the realization of many projects in which fiction and narrative have a central role. Every project adopts different form which correspond to different parts of the narration and create installations, video, performances, editorial projects, paintings and sculptures. The construction the artworks develops as if it were a movie with a screenplay, acts and characters. With great liberty Hoël imagines the creative process and the role of the artist, he has multiform vision that goes towards a total art and preserves its authority.


Anna Lambertini
Anna Lambertini, architect and landscape architect Department of Arfchitecture, Università degli Studi di Firenze.Associate professor of Landscape Architecture/ICAR 15 at the Architecture Department of the University of Florence since 2016, currently teaches at the School of Architecture of the University Florence and at Ecole Euro-Méditerranéenne d’Architecture, de Design et d’Urbanisme of Fés (Morocco). She was a lecturer at University of Perugia, at IUAV in Venice and at Politecnico of Milan. Architect and landscape architect of AIAPP/IFLA, with a three years postgraduate degree in Architecture of Gardens and Landscape Design, achieved the Phd in Landscape Planning at Università degli Studi di Firenze. From 1995 to 2016 she worked in the field of Landscape Architecture, both in the public and private sectors. In Florence, together with Tessa Matteini , she founded the studio limes architettura del paesaggio. She carried out projects and researches in Italy, France, Russia, Spain and Lebanon. The dimensions of the everyday landscape and the creative management of the public space (urban and rural) are Lamberti’s privileged fields of scientific exploration, with particular focus on the following themes: reconfiguration of the marginal voids, intersection between artistic practices and landscape design, design of recreational spaces, historical and contemporary production of the art of gardens. She published numerous publications, among which the monographs Fare parchi urbani, Firenze University Press (special mention at the International Prize Hanbury-Grinzane Cavour 2005); Giardini in Verticale, Verbavolant 2007 (english translation/Thames&Hudson 2007, french/Citadelle&Mazenod 2007 and german/DVA 2009); Urban Beauty! Luoghi prossimi e pratiche di resistenza estetica, Editrice Compositori 2013. Since 2016 has been working as editor in chief and scientific director for the biannual magazine Architettura del Paesaggio of AIAPP. She is part of the scientific committee of the Fondazione Benetton Studi and Ricerche per il Paesaggio.

Marco Mancuso
Marco Mancuso is critic, curator, lecturer an independent publisher, who focuses his research on the impact of technology and science on art, design and contemporary culture. Founder and director since 2005 of Digicult, one the most important online platforms of the sector,  of the Digimag Journal and of the publishing company Digicult Editions. For over ten years he has been professor of New Media Art at NABA and IED in Milan, Editorial Systems for the arts at the Accademia di Belle Arti Carrara of Bergamo and he is visiting lecturer at RUFA in Rome

Mathilde Roman
After the studies in philosophy. Mathilde Roman earned a Phd in Art and Sciences of Art at the Sorbonne 1 of Paris. Since 2005 she has been a professor at Pavillon Bosio, school of Arts and Scenography. Art critic, she is the treasurer at AICA International. She published two essays: On stage. La dimension scénique de l’image video, Intellect, UK, 2016, and Art video et mise en scène de soi, L’Harmattan, 2008. Recently, she has led various curatorial projects such as Danse, Danse, Danse at the New National Museum of Monaco, 2016, Plein écran, La Station, Nice, 2017, curator of Movimenta, the first biennial dedicated to the moving image in Nice, November 2017