The artistic duo will realize a site-specific work in the village of Cornello dei Tasso, in Lombardy. CAMPOSTABILE started in 2012. Made up of Mario Campo (Alcamo, 1987) and Lorena Stabile (Alcamo, 1989), they were established through their first exhibition in Palermo, in the A project space. In their installations, they create a personal visual dictionary by abandoning the recognition of the individual elements to leave room for the arbitrariness of the gesture, which juxtaposes and assembles the material. They often hybridize their language with technology, design and cooking. Winners of the Piazza Largo Venezuela Monument Competition in 2019, among their most recent exhibitions are: ‘Unfurniture’, Zimei Foundation, in 2020 and ‘Liber Fare’, Museum of Sign and Writing, in 2018. For more info: www.campostabile.com. Their Elpis collaborator is Matthew Noble.