Ramdom is an association of social promotion committed to cultural and artistic production, its headquarter is in KORA Contemporary Arts Center. It aims to design and create contemporary art projects on an international scale. Its activities are built up of exhibitions, public art productions, residencies, workshops and live performances.
Winner of the 6th, 8th and 10th editions of the Italian Council with the projects rs548049170_1_69869_TT (The Other Shapes of Me) by the artist Emilio Vavarella (2019), Tools for Imagination by the artist Céline Condorelli (2020) and Ex Situ by the artist Luigi Coppola of the 7th edition of the Lubumbashi Biennale (Congo) entitled Toxicity (2021). Ramdom is also a partner of Fluxo, a project by the artist Alessandro Sciarroni produced by Arthub and winner of the 9th edition (2020) of the Italian Council.
From July 2021 the association manages KORA, a space for contemporary art production and research, situated in approximately 1600 square meters within the historic walls of Palazzo De Gualtieriis. It hosts a museum with both permanent and temporary exhibitions, a library, creative and educational workshops and artistic residences.
It also gives place to conferences, events, performances and live shows. From 2022 Ramdom has been admitted to the public fund FUS 2022-24 in the field of music with the project Ogni Altro Suono. It’s a Cultural Institution recognized by the Ministry of Culture pursuant to Article 8 of the law no. 534 of 17 October 1996.
Ramdom is one of the founders of STARE, the association of Italian artist residencies.
- Artistic production/promotion
- Art education and/or other educational activities
- Project management
- Event management
- Training/Lifelong learning
- Research/data collection
- Development of alternative art practices
- Digital arts
- Film and video art
- Graphic design
- Creative writing
- Interculturality and migration
- Intangible cultural heritage
- Tangible cultural heritage
- Participation and audience engagement
- European citizenship and identity