Born in 2016 as a contemporary renaissance residency in Florence, Numeroventi aims to provide an experience that activates artistic procedures, by connecting artists and creating space to discover new prisms of their practice. Conceived as a non-profit reality “in-between”, it focuses on supporting artists and designers in their production process.

Our vision has at its core the development of Florence’s artistic framework through the generation of transdisciplinary collaborations involving national and international creatives and vernacular artisanal expertise. Combining artistic research and hospitality through a holistic approach, the project reaffirms the role of art and design as activators of new ways of inhabiting and interacting with the world.

Our program integrates the craftsmanship heritage of Florence through the creation of synergies between invited artists and local artisans. Present and past knowledge intertwine, allowing young creatives to draw upon some of the finest manufacturing practices in the world, whilst at the same pushing further the centennial artisanal tradition, by encompassing contemporary techniques and visions.

The NUMEROVENTI Residence Program is now closed. 

Ali Gallefoss
Samuel de Saboia
Kasia Fudakowski
Ayami Awazuhara
Moses Sumney
Christophe Chemin
Fondazione LabirintoAna Maria Tavares, Marta Spagnoli, Regina Riveira
Sara Sadik
Émile-Samory Fofana
Grace Prince
Charlotte Kingsnorth
Pierre Rousseau
Ben Broome
Samuel Guerrero
Gala Prudent
Minjae Kim
Christophe Chassol
Mathieu Canet
Bill Kouligas

Albert Moya
Alexis Christoudoulou
Alexis Peskine
Ali Gallefoss
Anousha Payne
Benjamin Clementine
Dev Hynes
Duccio Maria Gambi
Harley Weir
Kasia Fudakowski
Lewis Ofman
Moses Sumney
Pierre Rousseau
Rich Stapleton
Sam Youkilis
Sammy Baloji
Samuel de Saboia
Sarah van Rij
Tycjan Knut
Willem Van Hoof

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