Geographies of Change is a project which draws a new geography made up of places where organizations of different nature and origin have started and are carrying out practices of real sustainability in the most diverse fields and sectors of the collectivity. The current process of transformation of every aspect of our life in the sign of responsibility, developed in each specific context by the projects included in this constantly updated mapping and by many others not yet included, is thus made visible and above all accessible and therefore open to opportunities for connections and collaborations.

Since 2003, when Cittadellarte started to systematically catalogue responsible practices in their different declinations around the world, the global movement of social awareness has reached a wider and wider scope of individuals, communities and institutions.

The project Geographies of Change maps this movement into the form of a participative online archive which intends to be a utility contributing to achieving two strategic global objectives: making public, visible and usable the common good represented by the concrete experiences already active in the world, and facilitating connections, both within this geography and among its hubs and any other civil society organization with which to build bridges and collaboration paths.

Created by Cittadellarte and the University of Ideas as a platform for research and action, it means to be an open project in progress, generated by the users themselves: everybody is invited to position themselves within this geography and to explore it experimenting its potential in the context of their own research and practice.

The ultimate goal of the Geographies of Change is making the impact of the practices aiming at changing our societies more obvious, shared, incisive and deep. Each of us is invited to question themselves about assuming a role which goes beyond being a member of a hypothetical democratic audience to such a wide and participative process, this way developing the role of a direct protagonist of demopraxy.

Cittadellarte is a new model of artistic and cultural institution which places art in direct interaction with the different sectors of society, in order to inspire and produce a responsible transformation through creative ideas and projects.

Michelangelo Pistoletto's symbol Rebirth is an elaboration of the mathematical sign for infinity. The two opposite circles represent nature and artifice, the central circle is the conjunction of the two and represents the womb of rebirth.
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