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Matteo Guidi

Visual artist and sociocultural anthropologist

He is a visual artist with an academic background in cultural anthropology (University of Bologna, 2011). Since 2014 he is a professor of Communication Sociology in the graphic design degree and visual communication of the ISIA University of Urbino (Italy) and since 2019 teaches sociocultural anthropology at BAU Design College of Barcelona, ​​where he also collaborates with GREDITS, Research Group in Design and Social Transformation. He is a member of A / A Network (Art and Anthropology Network) and CoMoDo (Comunicar Multiplica Duties).

He is the founder of the Cooking in Máximum Security project and co-founder of the project The artist and the stone. He develops research projects framed between visual art and cultural anthropology and his works have been exhibited in different contexts, both nationally: Loop Festival, La Capella, Homesession, Gallery Àngels Espai 2, Suñol Foundation, Hangar, Center d'Art Santa Mònica, Museu del Disseny de Barcelona; Center d'art Lo Pati, Amposta (E); Gallery AB9, Murcia (E); Biennial of Valls (E); and international ones such as: Magasin Center d'Art Contemporaine, Grenoble (F); For These Days, Medellin and Biennial South (Bineal of Latin American countries), Cucuta (CO); Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield (UK); Fondazione Pastificio Cerere, Rome (I) among others.

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