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Possibility of an Island, AA Visiting School, From 21st June to 3rd July 2020, Radda in Chianti.
Fuzzy Architecture #2 is a project realized within the workshop Possibility of an Island at Castellina in Chianti supported by the Architectural Association School of Architecture of London and curated by Sofia Pia Belenky, Margherita Marri, and Luigi Savio.
The project critically looks at the processes of appropriation by the mainstream culture of those design practices connected with the world of political activism. The project starts from Hakim Bey’s book T.A.Z. in which the author defines the importance of building Temporary Autonomous Zones that are, by their very definition, meant to be temporary and so destined to meet an end since their birth. According to Bey, this methodology would allow avoiding the absorption by the mainstream culture, thus guaranteeing greater power of expression and a better possibility of constructing new reflections and projections free from the usual structures. Fuzzy Architecture #2 finds into the performative action its main media. During the 10 days, the project wants to experiment with T.A.Z. of different duration. The series of interventions play with the temporality of the action from a few seconds to several hours. All the moments of presentation become planned performances, thus demolishing all the ordinary rules. Progressively, all the participants enjoy the Taz. The last event is conceived as the occasion to build a coral and collective moment destined to disappear and close the whole experience.
Programme Heads: Sofia Pia Belenky Margherita Marri, Luigi Savio
Tutors: Parasite 2.0, AbNormal, CAPTCHA, Fosbury Architecture, Space Caviar, Bianca Felicori, Plstct
Students: Davide Gualco, Pietro Lora
Photos and Videos: Piercarlo Quecchia (DLS Studio), Guglielmo Giomi, Daniel Swarovski
"10 Anni di Parasite 2.0"_In dialogo con Salvatore Peluso su PTW School[READ]
"Scenografie Politiche" per Menelique #4[READ]
In dialogue with Nick Axel for Extra Extra Magazine n.13°[READ]
"Parasite Invasion" is part of Istmo magazine's first release![READ]
"Ten Deserts" for Un Sedicesimo #55 by Corraini Edizioni.[READ]
"At the beginning there was the desert" for Magda Magazine. Text by Parasite, photography by Giaime Meloni.[READ]
Our article on Horst Arts and Music Festival is on Domus web[READ]
"Architecture, artifice and the normative man" on Avery Shorts[READ]
"Three Stories: On Future Shock, Retreat, and Architecture as Scenography" on DUE a weekly publication made by Sofia Pia Belenky and Tobias Hentzer Dausgaard and designed by Simone Niquille for the Architectural Association.[READ]
"Cosmology, Subcultures and Urban Wilderness" on Archinect[READ]
"The Internet Was a Desert" on Archinect.com[READ]
"The desert on the margins is my Heimat: for a non-eurocentric vision of migrations and architecture"_Cartha on Making Heimat, a special issue on the German Pavilion at the 15th International Architecture Exhibition la Biennale di Venezia, 2016[READ]
"Towards a Digital Talking Architecture"_Form of Formalism, n.3, 2016[READ]
“L’architetto neofiliaco”_Kabul Magazine, 2016[READ]
"The Neophiliac Architect: Three-act play" Trans 28, architectural magazine edited by ETH Zurich Architecture Department[READ]
"Partytopia, crypto urban desert e primitive future tribalism" Artribune, “Carnet d’architecture” a cura di Emilia Giorgi[READ]
“Primitive Future Office”_Plug-in Book, 2016[READ]
"Extreme-Land#5" Interview with Simone Niquille_ATP Diary[READ]
"Extreme-Land#4" Interview with Matilde Cassani_ATP Diary[READ]
"Extreme-Land#2" Interview with m-a-u-s-e-r_ATP Diary[READ]
"Extreme-Land#3" Interview with Aristide Antonas_ATP Diary[READ]
"Extreme-Land#1" Interview with Andreas Angelidakis_ATP Diary[READ]
“Città: rammendare le coscienze” Archphoto[READ]
Parasite 2.0 is a design and research agency based in Milan and London. Founded in 2010 by Stefano Colombo, Eugenio Cosentino and Luca Marullo, they investigate the status of human habitats, acting within a hybrid of architecture, design, and scenography.
Parasite 2.0 has worked and collaborated with Triennale Milano, Copenhagen International Fashion Fair, Ikea, Missoni, Terraforma Festival, Sunnei and Venice Architecture Biennale, among others.
They taught at The Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, NABA Nuova Accademia Belle Arti Milano, MADE Program and since 2022 they have been regularly teaching at Design Academy Eindhoven.
Parasite 2.0 were awarded the YAP Young Architects Program MAXXI in 2016.
Via Boncompagni 51/10,
Milano, 20139, Italy.
Cell Studios, Grosvenor Way,
London E5 9NE, UK.
info [at] parasiteparasite.com
parasite2.0 [at] gmail.com
Cosentino Eugenio (founder)
Luca Marullo (founder)
Colombo Stefano (founder)
Alberto Spinella, Anna Minissale, Anton Kuzmin, Antonello Livrano, Antonino Giuffrida, Benedetto D’Antoni, Emma Varotto, Filippo Cocca, Giorgia Leone, Gilles Hellemans, Iacopo Costanzo, Lavinia Romina Mates, Massimo Tenan, Tomoyo Tsurumi, Petra Adela Popa, Roxana Orasteanu, Salvatore De Pascalis, Sara Barilli, Simona Pavoni, Motong Yang.
Laica Mono, released by ABCDinamo