Elisa Poli, co-founder of Cluster Theory research group, is an architectural historian, critics, journalist and curator which has focused its interest in the links between contemporary art, architecture and urbanism. PhD in Architectural History at the Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, she's contract professor at IUAV in Venice and at the School of Architecture in Ferrara. She also teaches at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Bologna. She writes for several architectural magazines including Domus, Abitare, Arch'it, AND, Paesaggio Urbano, Opere, Archphoto.
Giovanni Avosani, co-founder of Cluster Theory research group, is an architect, professional and academic experiences have been oriented to the study of the relations among ways of living and public space in the contemporary cities. Ph.D in Architecture technology, the thesis investigates the quality in the construction process taking into account environmental issues. He is Graduate teaching assistant at the School of Architecture in Ferrara researching the evolution of public realm in residential housing.
Enrico Porfido, member of Cluster Theory Team, is the webmaster and art director. He studies architecture in Ferrara and now he is developing different communication projects. He collaborates with the teacher responsible for Drawing course and Representation Tecniques course. He also works as collaborator for exhibition organization, communication and graphic designer in the contemporary art MLB home gallery in Ferrara.
Sara Codarin, member of Cluster Theory Team, is the art director and webmaster. She studies architecture in Ferrara and now she is developing different communication projects. She collaborates with the teacher responsible for Architectural Composition courses. She also works in the MLB home gallery and she collaborates as graphic designer for a landscapes architecture studio.
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