Quo Artis is an international nonprofit organisation dedicated to fostering linkages among the realms of art, science, and ecology, serving as a conduit between professionals in these domains.
The organization curates, coordinates, and facilitates exploratory journeys, symposiums, exhibitions and educational workshops. Additionally, it oversees commissioned project development and engages in research endeavors pertaining to the intersections of art, science, and the depletion of biodiversity.
An ephemeral installation and participative workshop organised by Epicuro Lab Collective.
An international cooperation project between Quo Artis (ES), MOMus-ECA (GR), NeME (CY), KONTEJNER (HR) as lead partner.
After collaborating with the Royal Academy of European Doctors (RAED) in an Art and Science Journey to the Galapago islands with artists, scientists and curators, Quo Artis will develop an exhibition in 2024.
A Sea Change at the opening of the exhibition ‘ Sources @ RE:SOURCE ’, Scuola Grande dei Carmini, Venice
In the framework of RESOURCE, the 10th International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science and Technology, Tatiana Kourotchkina, Founder & Director of Quo Artis will present the project A Sea Change at the opening of the exhibition ‘ Sources @ RE:SOURCE ’, which will take place on Friday, September 15th at Scuola Grande dei Carmini Sestiere Dorsoduro 2617, Venezia, starting at 8 p.m.
Epicuro Lab invites you to join their upcoming participatory event which will take place on the 3rd of June at the MhIC (The Museum of History of Immigration in Catalonia) to explore the unexpected relationships that can be can established between plants and social issues.
On Wednesday the 17th of May at 11 am (CET) Quo Artis presents Epicuro Lab’s project “Working Plants from Afar” at ISEA 2023- Symbiosis, the 28th edition of the International Sympoisum of Electronic Art. This is a project developed as a series of participatory workshops and an ephemeral installation at the garden of the Museum of the History of Inmigration in Catalonia (MhiC).
Marco Mezquida shines equally as composer, pianist, improviser, accompanist and bandleader; that he is eclectic and versatile, is to name the obvious. Above all, Marco is a playful and unpredictable artist, who creates a world of his own that is at once inviting and fascinating.
Epicuro Lab is a collaborative art collective, whose core is composed of an atypical landscape architect and artist, Gabino Carballo, and Tatiana Kourochkina, art producer and strategy director of Quo Artis.
Researcher and curator with interdisciplinary experience in social sciences, business administration, cultural sciences, and the arts.
Professor of Logic and Philosophy of Science in the Department of Philosophy, where he directs MINT Lab (Minimum Intelligence Laboratory, specialized in Philosophy of Cognitive Science and Plant Neurobiology).