FAIR (Royal College of Arts, London), marzo 2002
Consonni began in 1997, motivated by different considerations to those that govern its ambitions today. In a post-industrial landscape replete with industrial ruins, consonni was a regenerated physical space. Designed as a creative laboratory, its goal was to avoid not only the anachronistic fetichism associated with art in the factory, but also the conventional neutrality of the white cube –getting away from the limited notions of exhibitions and programming.
Today, consonni is presented as a more risky and less visible project. It defines a method of working and presents itself as a production structure capable of moulding to any format.