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2018

 

(upcoming), Argos Centre for Art and Media, solo exhibition, Sept 22-Dec 23, Brussels

(upcoming), sound performance, This Might Be Right, Brussels

International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, screening of REEL to REEL as part of the Argos film program

KU Leuven, lecture, Wendy Morris' art history class

Q-O2, listening session and music performance within the series Second Sundays, Brussels

Q-O2 Workspace for Experimental Music and Sound Art residency, April 1-30, Brussels

Museums Quartier residency, March 1-30, Vienna

Resolved Desires, group screening curated by Ive Stevenheydens, De Brakke Grond, Amsterdam

Flemish Community, research grant

 

 

2017

 

UU, solo exhibition, WIELS Contemporary Art Centre's project room, Brussels

Les Ateliers Claus, live sound and visual performance in collaboration with Graham Kelly, curated by SMOG, Brussels

COM ∩∪ TIES, group exhibition curated by Ive Stevenheydens & Maïté Vissault, ISELP, Brussels

International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, screening of Astrology of a Friday as part of the Argos film program

Radio Panik, live radio show with the artist-run band The European Union, Brussels

Barlok, music performance with the artist-run band The European Union, Brussels

Bureau Europa, screening of Astrology of a Friday as part of the series of lectures The Future of Europe,

curated by Saskia van Stein, Maastricht

Morpho House, music performance with the artist-run band The European Union, Brussels

WIELS Contemporary Art Center, 12-month residency, Brussels

 

 

2016

 

Si sa che le pecore non sono carnivore/Eight Chapters in Four Movements, solo exhibition and live performance

within the series Cinemoderno, curated by Martina Angelotti, Careof, Milano

Flash Art Online, Lo schermo dell’arte Film Festival, review by Davide Daninos (ITA)

Outside the Black Box, group exhibition curated by Leonardo Bigazzi, Cinema Teatro La Compagnia, Firenze

VISIO-European Programme on Artists' Moving Images, Firenze

MAC International, group exhibition curated by Marta Dziewańska, Katerina Gregos and Hugh Mulholland, Metropolitan Arts Center, Belfast

MAC International Ulster Bank Prize, finalist

Ja Ja Ja Nee Nee Nee Radio, radio interview with Femke Dekker (from min 28:05)

Tourist Office, group exhibition curated by Valentijn Byvanck and Yvonne Grootenboer, Marres House for Contemporary Culture, Maastricht

Domus Web, Live Works 2016, review by Martina Angelotti (ITA)

DRODESERA XXXVI : World Breakers, live sound and visual performance within the section Live Works Vol.4, 2016, 2016, curated by Barbara Boninsegna, Denis Isaia, Simone Frangi, Daniel Blanga-Gubbay, Centrale Fies, Dro (TN)

Live Works: Performance Act Award Vol.4, production residency, Centrale Fies, Dro (TN)

Music Hackspace, series of artists presentations curated by Tadeo Sendon, Lime Wharf, London

Metropolis M, Van Eyck Open Studios 2016, review by Alix de Massiac (NL)

2x1-Compression/Augmentation, editorial project with Golnar Abbasi, Ruben Castro, Christophe Clarijs, Alina  dddd   dddd  Schmuch, Beny Wagner, published with the support of Jan Van Eyck Academie, Maastricht

In Search of...Peripheral Practices, group exhibition curated by Vincent Van Velsen, Jan Van Eyck Academie, Maastricht

Van Eyck Open Studios, Jan Van Eyck Academie, Maastricht

 

2015

 

Jan Van Eyck Academie residency program, April 2015-March 2016, Maastricht

Doing Sounding Exchanging Thinking: The Auditory Experience of the Social, symposium curated by thickear, 2015   Foundation B.a.d, Rotterdam

Open 19, group exhibition curated by Alfredo Cramerotti and Adam Carr, MOSTYN Gallery, Wales

New River Studios, music performance with THATCHER, London

All Roads Led to Rome. Fine, And Then What? texts by Davide Daninos

T-A-X-I , online publication curated by Francesca di Nardo

Vix Magazine, Capire il proprio ritmo, interview with Saul Marcadent (ITA)

 

 

2014

 

14th International Architecture Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia, directed by Rem Koolhaas, participation

in the main section Monditalia, with the installation All Roads Lead to Rome. Yes, But Where Exactly?, Venezia

La Biennale di Venezia - 14th International Architecture Exhibition - Fundamentals, exhibition catalogue, Marsilio Editore

All Roads Lead to Rome. Yes, But Where Exactly? Interview on ATP Diary, (ITA)

Personal Food on Sale, publication, Fortino Editions, Miami

Power Lunches, music performance with THATCHER, London

Good Job, music performance with THATCHER, London

Night Contact, slide-show curated by Thurston Moore, Brighton Photo Biennal

Flash Forward Tenth - Celebrating 10 Years of Flash Forward, publication, Magenta Foundation, Toronto

 

2013

 

Tacita Dean Workshop, group exhibition and workshop, Villa Iris, The Botin Foundation, Santander

Grey Magazine, Teresa Cos for Stella McCartney, interview with Claudia Vitarelli

They Came and They Left and Everything Was the Same, solo exhibition, Stella McCartney Milano

Vix Magazine, interview with Barbara Chloe Asnaghi (ITA)

Canteen: the state of creation #8, Stephen Pierson Publisher, Brooklin, NY

Francesco Fabbri Contemporary Art Prize, group exhibition, Villa Brandolini, Pieve di Soligo

An Ode to Paper, group exhibition curated by (Un)published magazine, Corridors and Stairs Galley, Milano

Artinternational Istanbul, participation with Galleria Massimodeluca and exhibition Catalogue

Mousse Magazine, Teresa Cos at Massimodeluca

Exhibart, Teresa Cos-Enten-Eller, text by Riccardo Caldura (ITA)

Enten/Eller, solo exhibition curated by Andrea Bruciati, Galleria Massimodeluca, Venezia

E.V.A. (Experimental Video Architecture) Festival, Filmessay Online Festivals

Time Machine Magazine “Spectacle” issue slideshow, Belfast Photo Festival, Belfast Town Hall

Representation of Architecture. Film on architecture screening sessions, curated by Steve Bisson with Ruben Alonso, Museum of Contemporary Art Vojvodin, Novi Sad

 

 

2012

 

Abitanti/Abitati, group exhibition curated by Stefano Coletto, Dolomiti Contemporanee, DC/Block, Taibon Agordino

Dolomiti Contemporanee residency, DC/Block, Taibon Agordino

The 95th Young Artists Scholars (Teresa Cos, Roberto Fassone, Valerio Nicolai), three person exhibition curated

by Stefano Coletto, Bevilacqua la Masa Foundation, Venezia

Unpublished #4, group exhibition, Le Dictateur Gallery, Milano

Ni Dieu Ni Maître, group exhibition curated by Andrea Bruciati, Galleria Massimodeluca, Venezia

Personal Effects on Sale, group exhibition and catalogue, Esprit Nouveau Pavilion, Bologna

ON STAGE- I beneandanti, round table with Lorenzo Bruni, Gianni Pettena and studio ++, Art Verona

Post-Spazio. Immagini, prospettive e mappe dell’abitare, publication, Mimesis Editore, Milano

San Rocco #5 - Scary Architects, independent publication, Venezia

C_Artelibro. Il principio delle pagine, group exhibition and catalogue, Danilo Montanari Editore, Ravenna

Historic Royal Palaces in London, one year commissioned photography residency, London

 

 

2011

 

95th Young Artists Award, group exhibition, Bevilacqua la Masa Foundation, Venezia

95th Young Artists Award, winner 1st prize, Bevilacqua la Masa Foundation, Venezia

A Royal Wedding, Or How To Live Happily Ever After, screening with artists collective Five Eleven Ninety Nine,

BBC Screen, Belfast Photo Festival

A Royal Wedding: or How to Live Happily Ever After, solo exhibition of the artists collective Five Eleven Ninety Nine,

Photo Ireland Festival, La Catedral Studios, Dublin

Flash Forward 2011. Emerging photographers from Canada, the United Kingdom an the United States, The Magenta Foundation, Toronto

La ville poreuse. Un projet pour le Grand Paris et la métropole de l'après-Kyoto, publication, Bernardo Secchi-Paola Viganò, Ed. Metispresses

 

 

2010

 

UAL-London College of Communication, MA Documentary Photography & Photojournalism (Honours)

University IUAV of Venice and the Veneto Region, with architecture historian Daniele Pisani, photographic project on vvvvv the monuments of the First World War in the North East of Italy, Venice

 

2009

 

Le Grand Pari(s), Consultation Internationale pour l’avenir du Paris Métropolitaine, contributor to the team Studio 08 of Bernardo Secchi and Paola Viganò, Paris

 

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2008d

 

IUAV University of Venice, MA Architecture for the City, Professors Paola Viganò and Bernardo Secchi (Honours)

 

 

2005d

 

IUAV University of Venice, BA Architecture (Honours)