Grand Domestic Revolution is a multi-faceted long term ‘living research’ project initiated by Casco - Office for Art, Design and Theory that calls for an interrogation of the domestic sphere as to imagine new forms of living and working in common.
In collaboration with artist Christian Nyampeta, AUT conceived and realised a set-up of the Milan’s exhibition, curated by Martina Angelotti and Silvia Simoncelli, at Careof. The exhibition space was transformed into an “open and living space” that could host works of artists as well as it could be seen as a picture of Careof context and activities. Most of the elements were borrowed from Careof offices and common spaces or made directly there (e.g. the table). The main metal structure, placed in the center of the space, was part of the Careof Public Library structure.