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(Alexandro Arrechea, Dagoberto Rodriguez, Marcos Castillo), live and work in Havana. Group formed in 1990. La Ciudad transportable (2000) is an urban installation piece made of tents with aluminium frames which mimic the buildings of historic and industrial cities. La ciudad transportable is a mobile ensemble of archetypal figures which epitomise the entire works of the Cuban group. Their name, “Los Carpinteros (the carpenters), is a direct reference to the techniques which they usually employ. They construct and transform buildings using wood and metal. Their sculpture-installations represent a hybrid genre, indefinably “borderline”. The manual labour required by their works reflects the history of their popular culture; thus, they join traditional building methods with a conceptual approach.

they work together on the concept of mobility and sociality, creating the project ESTACION MOVIL.. Mobile Station is over and above, the possibility to act out the capability for working with the people in all the different places. It is more likely a public space of confluence, conceived for the work in common, than an organized collective or an articulated group.
MS is conceived as an all-terrain vehicle for its desire to reach all types of places. MS is a roving dance floor, figuratively because it conceives its action as source of joy and knowledge; and literally because it actually promotes dance sessions. MS is a graphic agitation cell because it enjoys to publish posters and flyers, to make banners, to produce rope news papers, to promote drawings, to elaborate and question images.
MS features a series of activities dedicated to make contact with local creators and interested public. The aim is to provoke creative „jammings” that could help to spread local cultural activities. Gilda Mantilla represents Perù in Latin American pavillion at 50°Biennale di Venezia.

Since her earliest works, she has been attracted by “Avliza”, an abandoned area in the West of Athens used as a temporary settlement by migrant populations. Maria Papadimitriou is attracted by the mobility dynamics of the area which make up a sort of emotional map. Thus in ’98, Papadimitriou started to reflect on the nature of nomadism and put together an ongoing collective project under the general title of “Tama”, Temporary Autonomous Museum for All. The word “Tama” in Greek means religious offering. The project involves architects, sociologists, musicians, local people and artists who see Papadimitriou as a co-ordinator.

focuses his attention on foreign languages in which he sees a complex reality closely bound up with social, ethnic and geographical identity, as well as with thought and memory. Immigrants are the main subject of his video-portraits and video-interviews as he documents and explores complex social situations. For this reason, Rainer Ganahl’s artistic approach is aimed at understanding all the languages of humanity in which this polyglottism is the base condition for cohabitation. Great importance is also given to his readings of major works in various languages, such as those of Marx and Gramsci.

starts his activity in 1998, along the most popular Bogotà’s roads, creating artistic events on social background. Among those the project “Museo de la Calle”. After some years of activity, EL VELOZ (mobile chariot of the museum) run through the hole Bogotá and moved to the rest of the world, realizing meetings and exchanges, for an inter-oceanic exchange. The project “Museo de la Calle”, wants to show, like in a real flea market, that the circulating process of goods, recovers the significance of human relation ship inside the urban space. “El cambalache”, is a mood inside the informal economic practices, that grow with spontaneity into the cities, and asks about the real value of the objects, proposing a new form of non-monetary system. An inter-exchange whose value is not fixed by the economical power, but by the value given by each one of the participants.

(Stefano Boeri, Maddalena Bregani, Francisca Insulza, Francesco Jodice, Giovanni La Varra, John Palmesino)
Multiplicity is a an agency for territorial investigation based in Milan. Multiplicity is concerned in contemporary urbanism, architecture, visual arts and general culture. Multiplicity detects the physical environment, researching for the clues and traces produced by new social behaviors. Multiplicity promotes and organises projects in various parts of the world. Multiplicity is an ever-changing network, recruited in the various geographical area of intervention. The research network is formed by architects, geographers, artists, urban planners, photographers, sociologists, economists, filmmakers, etc. Multiplicity projects and produces installations, intervention strategies, workshops and books about the recent and hidden processes of transformation of the urban condition. At present, the Multiplicity network counts on around eighty researchers, involved in three major projects: USE-Uncertain states of Europe (Bordeaux 2000, Brussels 2001, Tokyo 2001, Perth 2002, Milan 2002); Tokyo Voids (Tokyo 2002); Solid Sea, a study of the Mediterranean presented at Documenta11. Other recent projects include The Chinese Connection (Perth International Arts Festival 2002) and Space World – a Void workshop (CCA Kitakyushu 2002). Publications include: Mutations, (Actar, Barcelona 2001, with various authors); Mutations, (TNProbe, Tokyo 2000, also by various authors), Geografie und die Politik der Mobilität, (Generali Foundation, Vienna 2003, by various authors).