Materia Critica is a multimedia creative studio. Video, photography, graphic design, product design and installation are used to create symbolic parallelism to make visible what normally is not even perceived. With a human-centered and multidisciplinary approach Materia Critica investigates social phenomena and changes. Recent works include: Parrhesia Set (MAXXI, Roma, 2016), Octopus (Museion, Bolzano, 2015), Kitchen Sharing (Reciprocity design, Liège, 2015). Originally from Italy, the three founders of Materia Critica: Francesco Elipanni, M. Naomi Galavotti and Martina Ranedda met during the studies at the Faculty of Design and Arts at the Free University of Bozen, where graduated in 2016.
UKYA City Takeover: Nottingham 2019