A reflection on the right to the city after the fifth edition of Alcova concluded in Milan

“In this way we have all become artisan-artists, furnished with super-instruments for doing what we feel like by ourselves. We are also nomad-artists (or even not nomads), in that we are freed from the factory, the bureau, the supermarket, the bank, the street, the pavement, the tube […]”

—Ettore Sottsass Jr., “The Planet as a Festival,Casabella #365, 1972

When we were sent the link to the article “Alcova, a temporary design exhibition in Milan, takes place within a wider context of real estate speculation,” by Andrea Bagnato, we opened it with genuine interest and curiosity. Alcova, the temporary exhibition platform we founded together in 2018 which

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