Do you have a supermarket, or work in the agri-food chain, and would like to create an ad-hoc project?
Send an e-mail to show your interest to:
The participants to special projects will be nominated or selected through an open call.

First nominee
Abhijian Toto

Abhijan Toto is an independent curator and writer, interested in ecosophy, indisciplinary research, labour and finance. In 2018, he co-founded the Forest Curriculum with Pujita Guha, a multi-platform project for research and mutual co-learning around the naturecultures of the forested belts of South and Southeast Asia. He has previously worked with the Dhaka Art Summit, Bangladesh; Bellas Artes Projects, Manila and Bataan, the Philippines; Council, Paris; and Asia Art Archive. Selected recent exhibitions include Adrian Paci – Interregnum, VER Project Space, Bangkok, Thailand (2019); Realigning the Asian Art Biennale, part of Southern Constellations, Museum of Modern Art, Ljubljana (2019); The Exhaustion Project: There Is Still Work To Be Done, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin (2018); History Zero, Mumbai Art Room, Mumbai (2017). He has participated in residencies at Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul; HSLU-University of Applied Arts and Sciences, Luzern, Switzerland and at the Tentacles Art Space, Bangkok, and in the ICI Curatorial Intensive, Bangkok (2018); the Gwangju Biennale Curator’s Workshop (2018) and the Trans-Curatorial Academy, Phnom Penh (2018) among others. He was awarded the 2019 Premio Lorenzo Bonaldi, at the GAMeC, Bergamo.