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If you are interested in the work we are doing and would like to participate, you can always send us an e-mail with a short description of who you are and what you do at info@studiorizoma.org

Se sei interessato al lavoro che stiamo svolgendo e vuoi partecipare, puoi sempre inviarci un'e-mail con una breve descrizione di chi sei e cosa fai a info@studiorizoma.org.

 

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Team

Studio Rizoma boasts an international and diverse team with members coming from different social and artistic organisations, groups and institutions. The team members are responsible for the management and implementation of the work in Studio Rizoma. Our rhizomatic approach embodies a feminist and horizontal working structure.

Anna Raspanti

Anna Raspanti

Anna is a Financial Administrator. She graduated in Business Economy with expertise in financial management and reporting of local, national and European projects. Since 2022 she works  as Administrative and Accounting of Fondazione Studio Rizoma. 

Email: admin@studiorizoma.org

Elisa Capellini

Elisa Capellini

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Elisa Capellini (Milan, 1994) lives and works between Palermo and Milan. She graduated from the Brera Academy of Fine Arts with a thesis exploring artistic practices in urban public space. After graduation, she began collaborating with cultural hubs and associations on projects that link artistic practice to social engagement.

Izabela Anna Moren

Izabela Anna Moren

Izabela Anna Moren (Olesnica, 1990) is a writer, curator and communication strategist. She works on the intersection of art and politics and holds degrees in Curation and Critical Writing from the Royal College of Art. Her book Living in the Desert was published in 2018 by Phaidon. In 2019 she presented Transhumance, an exhibition series in the public sphere which inaugurated in collaboration with Transeuropa Festival and Biennale Arcipelago Mediterraneo 2019. She was the Digital Editor at Museo MACRO in Rome and Communication Director for NOMAD, the travelling showcase of contemporary art and design. For FSR Izabela curates the node Between Land and Sea and is in charge of Communication and Creative Direction.

Ségolène Pruvot

Ségolène Pruvot

Ségolène Pruvot is a Cultural Director of European Alternatives. Ségolène has developed extensive experience in designing and implementing transnational participative cultural programmes. She curated, managed and coordinated artistic projects in several European countries, including Transeuropa Festival. Ségolène currently manages, as a partner, the Horizon2020 Artsformation project focused on how arts can help manage the digital transition in contemporary societies, the H2020 Co-creation project. She coordinates Room to Bloom, a project supporting the careers and production of young feminist postcolonial artists.

Ségolène is a Doctor in Urban Sociology. In the course of her academic career and professional life, she specialised in the exploration of the intersection between arts, the city and social change. Her PhD Thesis, realised at the University of Milano Bicocca, is entitled Can Participatory Arts Help Deliver (more) Socially Just Creative Cities?. There she explored how the theoretical input of contemporary art theory can help better understand the role of arts in the city. She trained as a political scientist and urban planner in France, the UK, and Germany. Ségolène is passionate about the city, equality, feminism, migrant and minority rights.

Patrizia Pozzo

Patrizia Pozzo

Born in Rome, grew up in Africa and lived first between the UK and US and then in Europe. Currently working as Communication and Press Office both in DiEM25 and other institutions. She has been involved in environmental projects for more than 10 years and she founded an association that has been organizing a Festival on the environment for years.

Eva-Maria Bertschy

Eva-Maria Bertschy

Eva-Maria Bertschy works as a freelance dramaturge, playwright and curator at the intersection of theatre and political activism in Italy, Germany, Switzerland and D.R. Congo. With the Swiss director Milo Rau / International Institute of Political Murder, she has conceived and realised numerous international theatre and documentary film projects. She also works regularly with the Berlin director Ersan Mondtag. With the Swiss musician Elia Rediger and the Congolese choreographer Dorine Mokha, she founded GROUP50:50, a collective of artists between Congo, Switzerland and Germany. Her projects have won numerous awards, been invited to the most important international theatre festivals such as the Berlin Theatertreffen, the Festival d’Avignon and the Kunstenfestivaldesarts and have been shown in more than 20 countries.

Lorenzo Marsili

Lorenzo Marsili

Lorenzo Marsili is a philosopher-activist, the cofounder of transnational NGO European Alternatives and cultural foundation Fondazione Studio Rizoma. He previously worked in cultural journalism in London and Beijing, where he founded the journal Naked Punch Review. His latest books are Planetary Politics (Polity Press 2020), Citizens of Nowhere (Zed Books 2018 and Suhrkamp Verlag 2019) and La tua patria è il mondo intero (Laterza, 2019).

Marta Cillero Manzano

Marta Cillero Manzano

Marta Cillero is responsible for general management at Studio Rizoma. She is the communications manager and project coordinator at European Alternatives. She graduated in Media Studies, Journalism and Communication (Madrid, Istanbul and Chicago) and has a master degree in Gender Studies (Rome). She is the author of research reports about gender violence in Mediterranean countries. She is a member of the executive board and project manager at Chayn Italia, an award-winning organisation based in Italy, Pakistan, India and the UK.

Letizia Gullo

Letizia Gullo

Letizia worked in the publishing industry as a translator and editor, since 2010 she has been working work as an author and director of documentaries. She also works as an assistant for reportages for French TV and teaches in directing workshops and at the Centro Sperimentale di Cinematografia in Sicily. After several years abroad, she returned to Palermo in 2016. For Studio Rizoma she is in charge of production.

Giorgio Mega

Giorgio Mega

After nomadic years of study (Fine Arts in Bologna, UDK in Berlin), artistic practices (between research music, field recordings, sound installations and photography) around Europe, and work on archives between research and digitization, Giorgio settled in Sicily in 2015 where he is involved in the organisation and production of festivals and cultural events (Studio Rizoma, Festival Letterature Migranti, Fondazione Merz and others).

Financial supporters

Allianz Kulturstiftung

Allianz Kulturstiftung

Goethe-Institut Palermo

Goethe-Institut Palermo

Gwartler Foundation

Gwartler Foundation

European Cultural Foundation

European Cultural Foundation

Kulturstiftung Des Bundes

Kulturstiftung Des Bundes

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung

Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung

Italian Council

Italian Council

European Union

European Union

Creative Europe Programme of the European Union

Creative Europe Programme of the European Union

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