Friday, November 26, 2021, at the spaces of CONDOMINIOxyz, Acre in collaboration with the curators Sofia Baldi and Clara Scola, the visual artist Francesco Conti and the artist and podcaster Federica Col, presented LOTTA, a panel that deals with and deepens some of the thermals present in the first printed issue of Acre, to be released in December 2021.

The intent was to activate a comparison and an exchange on the concept of struggle, analysed through the lens of the contemporary art scene. During this enriching conversation, each of the guests brought their own professional and personal experience. We therefore decided to keep track and make accessible, stimuli and references that emerged during the talk (books, physical places, articles, personal and non-personal projects and much more), so that they can remain as open possibilities for curiosity and deepening.

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(Fidenza, 1995) is a freelance curator and project manager. 

Between 2017 and 2021, she organizes contemporary art exhibitions and public programs, currently on view: What Is the City but the City But the People, at Triennale – Milano. She is the curator of PSICO.LOBO and the art curator for the fashion group Corneliani.

Thomas Hirschhorn – An example of fight

Precarious labour in the field of art 

What it’s like to visit museums after Covid-19?

  • International Council of Museums, Survey:The Impact of Covid-19 on the museum sector, ICOM, June 2020
  • International Council on Monuments and Sites, On the crisis of the pandemic COVID-19, Icomos, April 8, 2020
  • The Art Newspaper, Reopening projects – Inquiry on Exhibitions, Museums and Galleries, N. 408, May – June 2020

ASMR and VSMR- Digital Possibilities 

PSICOLOBO – Digital Workshop

Sofia Baldi’s Master’s Degree Thesis: 

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Clara Scola (Lecco, 1994) is an independent curator active in the national territory and assistant of the artist Alek O. Since 2020 she is the artistic director of AnonimaKunsthalle in Varese and co-founder together of the AWI – Art Workers Italia association.


Federica Col (Como 1992) visual artist, curator and creator of the podcast Arti.colo 9, with whom she carries out a space of collective investigation aimed at cultural problems in Italy through the experiences of emerging artists and operators of independent spaces and projects. 


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Francesco Conti (Genoa, 1994) is a visual artist who works between Milan and Vienna. 

Between 2016 and 2021 he worked as an educator for Save the Children, in the Punto Luce and Fuoriclasse projects on the territory of Milan (Quarto Oggiaro, Certosa). 


  • Our need for consolation is insatiableIl “, Stig Dagerman
  • “Emotional intelligence”, Daniel Goleman
  • “Vivere insieme – arte come pratica educativa”, Maria Rosa Sossai
  • Art as an experience“, John Dewey
  • “Upheavals of thought”, Martha C. Nussbaum
  • Pedagogy of the oppressed“, Paulo Freire
  • “Solitude and the quest for happiness”, Tahar Ben Jelloum
  • “Notes from the underground”, Fëdor Dostoevskij
  • “Unrest after the storm”, Gunther Brüs
  • “Art will survive its ruining”, Anselm Kiefer
  • “Scritti in mostra”, Fabio Mauri 
  • “Contro l’identità”, Francesco Remotti
  • “Il libro dell’inquietudine”, Fernando Pessoa