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2018 - on going
A rural landscape
2013 - on going
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2019
Sala del Capriccio
2018
- Unfolding Pavilion
2016 - 17
- INNESTI | Graftings 

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2019
- Back to the Autogrill
2018
- It’s like it has always
been there

- I am a (real) monument!
- B.
2017
- An imaginary facade
- Ferrara utopica
- Art-Stop Monti
-Triangolar Vortex

2016
- Two Lamps
- Existenszminimum for
an Art Studio


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2018
- Monument à Torcy
2016
- OHR

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2017
Premio Antonio Giordano
2016
Art-On Cascina
2015
BoCS Art

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2016-19
- Metaphora

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ROBOCOOP is an experimental and research art duo project with a background in architecture, currently living between Rome and London.  

Mark

Existenszminimum for
an Art Studio




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“The Wall” International Competition CODE / Bologna, IT
November, 2017 / Pzza 


An underrated Landscape 
Temporary installations around the city

Our proposal “Una facciata immaginaria” has been selected as finalist for the International Competition “The Wall”.
Starting from the concept that the wall is today an ephemeral canvas in which it could be possible apply temporary frescos, the façade of the church of San Petronio has become the scene of a stratification of the architecture, from the old basis to a modern grafting.
We decided to call Giovanni Michelucci, Kenzo Tange, Guido Cavani, Giovanni Vaccaro and Saverio Muratori to propose a completation of the façade of the church in Piazza Maggiore, with their architectures located in Bologna, in order to continue the old proposal by Baldassare Peruzzi, Jacopo Barozzi da Vignola and Andrea Palladio.
Thanks to a video mapping on the façade of our collages, the project is realized on a scale of 1: 1 thanks to the simultaneous use of 20 projectors mounted on four towers.
The images depict the story, stratifying on matter, completing its evolution and thus figurating an imaginary church.


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Nowadays we are witnessing a devaluation of the urban landscape, in particular the Italian one: it is mostly underrated, hardly depicted and mainly forced in different kind of a stereotype, as souvenirs do. Intentionally provocative, “Souvenir from La Giudecca” wants to underline the strict line between the consecration and the preservation of this architecture: from one point of view, the proposal rising up the Gino Valle’s social housing complex as a monumentum to discover and appreciate in our architectural heritage world, from the other one, it wants protecting and preserving his status inside the historic urban fabric of La Giudecca.


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Mark