Marco Trulli (Anzio 1980), lives and works in Viterbo.

He graduated in Conservation and Cultural Heritage at the Tuscia University in Viterbo with a bachelor’s degree in Contemporary Art History. In 2007 he attended a specialization course on “Conceptual buildings and architectures: ways of representing the imaginary city and the real city”.

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 created site-specific projects and installations for the urban space. In 2007 the project has been presented in the conference La città dei biSogni (The City of Needs) at the MAXXI Museum in Rome, in which many artists and collective groups working on art and territory took part.

Since 2009 he is the President of Arci Viterbo where he carries on different cultural projects.Currently he coordinates public art projects at National Arci and he is the supervisor of the Cantieri d’Arte editorial projects for Gangemi publishing (La città dei biSogni, Visioni Urbane Contemporanee, Drawing a new memory).

He also took part to the XIV and XV Biennale de la Méditerranée in Skopje (2009) and Thessaloniki-Rome (2011) organizing different workshops (Public InvasionsLa Forma and Game Overflow).

He collaborated to different publications on the theme of the connection between art and nature, among them La Serpara by Paul Wiedmer, on contemporary garden sculpture and the volume Feuer und eisen (Kehrer verlag), collaborating with the Tinguely Museum of Basilea.

He is the official representative of Arci Lazio at the Biennale de la Méditerranée.

Claudio Zecchi (Priverno 1978), lives in Sabaudia (LT) and works between Rome and Viterbo.

In 2003 he graduated in Contemporary Art History at  the Faculty of Conservation and Cultural Heritage of the Tuscia University in Viterbo, while in 2004-2005 he earned a Master Degree in “Management for curators of Museums of Contemporary Art and Architecture” from the Faculty of Architecture of Valle Giulia in collaboration with the Macro Museum in Rome.

After an internship at the GAMeC exhibition office (Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art) in Bergamo for the exhibition War is Over, 1945-2005 from Picasso to Warhol and Cattelan, he returned to Rome where he started a series of collaborations with private galleries.

Currently he works with the De Crescenzo & Viesti Gallery of Rome where he assists curators and publishing. For De Crescenzo & Viesti Gallery he has collaborated at the curatorship of (selection) Insolito, by Thorsten Kirchhoff (February 2010); SimSim Salabim by H.H. Lim (April 2009); …non finirà mai…, by Felice Levini (February 2009) and Passages by Chiara Dynys (May 2008).

Since 2006 he deals with public art projects organizing and managing the festival Cantieri d’Arte, which occurs annually in Viterbo. For Cantieri d’Arte and the XV Biennale de la Méditerranée in Thessaloniki he curated the workshops La Forma and Game Overflow (October and December 2011).

Moreover, he edited the publishing of the following events held in Viterbo: La forma della città (September-October 2011); Drawing a new memory (September-December 2010); Visioni Urbane Contemporanee(October 2008-april 2009); La città dei biSogni, (June 2007-January 2008) and Ridisegnare i Luoghi Comuni(September 2006).

Lately he  collaborated with a number of editorial productions and he has published various texts among which BUTOBA MT5_registrare il rimosso in “Arte e memoria dell’arte”, extracts of the conference at Tuscia University (Viterbo), July 2009.