Maria Iorio and Raphaël Cuomo are an artist duo based in Berlin. In recent years, their collaborative artistic practice involving long-term research has investigated the economies of visibility in relation to past and present mobility regimes over the southern and northern shores of the Mediterranean Sea. Their last projects examine the intertwined histories of migration and cinema and manifest a counter-memory of the “economic miracle”. The resulting body of work brings together films, performative moments, collected documents, architectural displays. Iorio/Cuomo's practice includes a curatorial approach. They currently focus on postcolonial “minor cinemas” and previously curated Unfinished histories – histoires en devenir, a series of exhibitions, screenings and talks that revisited the historiographies of the expanded field of moving image practices. Iorio/Cuomo have shown their work in various exhibitions and film festivals, including Quadriennale 16 (Rome, Italy); Visions du Réel (Nyon, Switzerland); Logica del passaggio (Querini Stampalia, Venice, Italy); Europe. The Future of History (Kunsthaus Zürich); FID (Marseille, France); Twisted Realism (Argos, Brussels); Courtisane Festival (Ghent, Belgium); Chewing the Scenery (54th Venice Biennale); Der Standpunkt der Aufnahme (Arsenal, Berlin); The Maghreb Connection (Townhouse Gallery, Cairo).
- ° 1977 Lausanne (Switzerland). Lives and works in Geneva and Berlin.
At view in the media library