Individual residencies / Olot


From Monday, 17 October 2022 to Monday, 24 October 2022

Architect, Artist, Associate Professor


Zenovia Toloudi, D.Des., is an artist, architect, and Assoc. Professor of Studio Art at Dartmouth College, whose work, situated at the intersection of art and architecture, addresses the disconnection of people from nature and from each other and suggests alternatives to restore lost connections. Her art installations/interventions, question established traditions and norms, while triggering new and unexpected activities. Zenovia has exhibited in 30+ exhibitions in the US and Europe in venues such as the Biennale in Venice, the Center for Architecture in New York, the Athens Byzantine Museum, Le Lieu Unique in Nantes, and the Onassis Cultural Center in Athens, and she won commissions from Illuminus Boston, and The Lab at Harvard. Research Fellow at Art, Culture, and Technology Program at MIT, and a Fulbright Fellow, Zenovia received her doctorate from Harvard's GSD, a Master in Architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology, and a diploma in Architectural Engineering from Aristotle University.


At Faberllull, I plan to stdy public-ness through drawings and photo-collages that render collective public moments visible within a concentrated scale. With Re-Publica, I will juxtapose the idea of the intimate with the theme of ‘travel and escape,’ conjuring images that connote, for many, the notion of distraction from the worries of life. Instead of privileging individual pleasures, I will examine belonging, shared breaks, community, and inclusion. My project asks: what are obstacles to public life for tourists and citizens frequenting such places? Can we reimagine public spaces as locations that encourage connection, creation, and even shared joy?

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