The Project

Liminaria is a fieldwork-based research project aimed at developing sustainable cultural, social and economic networks in the Fortore area, a rural micro-region in the provinces of Benevento, Campobasso and Foggia, Southern Italy.

The project unfolds through the planning and execution of “actions” on the territory, all carried out in joint collaboration with local communities. In this way, it seeks to test out new models of intervention in rural areas, thus reconfiguring rural territories as dynamic places while revaluing local resources.

The “actions” carried out within the framework of the project range from cultural events and performances (including a sound-art residency programme for international artists) to mid-term coworking projects with local schools, from network optimisation and new-media related initiatives, to hybrid and experimental research protocols.