Founded in 2012 by Professor Richard Sennet, Theatrum Mundi is a European center for research and experimentation in the culture of cities. They help to expand the crafts of city-making through collaboration with the arts, developing imaginative responses to shared questions about the staging of urban public life. Based in London and Paris, Theatrum Mundi works through performance, design, publishing, research and teaching with partners across Europe and the Mediterranean.
Based on their expertise in city and urban understanding, Theatrum Mundi have the curatorial lead for the pluri-disciplinary nomadic residency program exploring sound, memory and trans-Mediterranean resonances and communicates and disseminates the project. This program will be co-curated with Onassis Stegi.