Marco Trulli (b. 1980, Anzio – IT) is a curator and a cultural worker. He graduated from the Faculty of Conservation and Cultural Heritage of the Tuscia University in Viterbo with a bachelor’s degree in History of Contemporary Art. Since 2005 he has supervised the public art project Cantieri d’Arte in collaboration with the Tuscia University hosting a number of national and international artists who have created site specific projects and installations for the urban space. In 2013 he was one of the curators of Errors Allowed – Mediterranea 16. Young Artists Biennal that took place at the Mole Vanvitelliana in Ancona. He coordinates the traveling platform La ville ouverte which questions the connection between artistic practices and social and urban contexts in the Euro-Mediterranean area. He also curated the following international projects for BJCEM: Disorder (Nottingham, 2012); La sovversione del sensibile (Milano, 2014); Here is elsewhere (Milano, 2015); Mediterranean landscapes (Italia, Slovenia, Albania 2017). In 2019 he curated Lo spazio del cielo for Coopculture, a project of four permanent works along the route of the Via Francigena in Tuscia. Responsible for the cultural projects of Arci Viterbo, he is artistic consultant for the contemporary sculpture garden La Serpara by Paul Wiedmer. He curated several publications about the connection between art and nature and on the role of art in public space. He is the president of Arci Lazio and is the responsible for Arci nazionale for Innovative projects and spaces, urban regeneration and suburbs. He lives and works between Viterbo and Rome.
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