Luana Perilli

LUANA PERILLI’s research investigates relationships between individual and collectivities, nature and culture, shifting from the field of memory and narratives to science, sociobiology and social implications. Working with asylum seekers in the district of Moabit in Berlin, a neighbourhood known for its diverse migratory community and therefore an exemplary observatory to analyse collective response skills during times of crisis and change with respect to language, she investigated the relationships between art, urban planning and community with particular attention to the creolisation of language, the dialect as an expression of one of the most interesting phenomena of collective intelligence generated by the dialectical tension between the sphere of inheritance (language, education, body, history) and the public sphere (spaces, appropriation, interaction, tension, spontaneity). *Born in Rome in 1981, where he lives and works.