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Sant’Erasmo 2038

power dynamics and food production in the Venice Lagoon

Sant’Erasmo was until now another struggling local pantry for the restaurants in the center of Venice, dedicated to mass tourism. The island, with severe difficulties to compete with the global market and after decades of exploitation and environmental abuse, has been suddenly reappointed as possible fruitful habitat for Venetians, humans and non-humans. This is the starting point of a collaborative project that combines documentary with science-fiction, aiming to explore the complex current situation of Sant’Erasmo and speculate with feasible and favourable scenarios for its future as a living structure.

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    Interview - Sant Erasmo 2038

    Interview by Caroline Nevejan and Jane da Mosto with the participants of…

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    Meeting report #1

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    Slack channel #03_meetings / Christopher Roth, 11th of June, 21:37

    "Giorgio de Chirico: Philosopher’s Conquest (one of my favourite paintings…

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    Slack channel #02_sharing / Matteo Stocco, 17.06.20, 00:09

    "Porto Marghera",  probably by bike?

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    Slack channel #02_meetings / Christopher Roth, 30.06.20, 23:48

    "Artichoke World. The green dot is Sant’Erasmo by the way. All the…

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    Slack channel #03_scenarios / Christopher Roth, 08.06.2020, 10:54

    "And here, thinking of Venice, from the The German Ideology: "The 'essence'…

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    Meeting report #6

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    Meeting report #3

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    Meeting report #2

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    Sant' Erasmo 2038 / DRAFT VIDEO'S

    During the last months, all members of the team have been working on…

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