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Bruno Monteferri

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Bruno is a graduate of the conservation leadership programme in Cambridge. He has carried out a range of interdisciplinary arts conservation projects in Peru.

Cambridge project:

Other projects include:

Exhibition associated with the Rimac Project. Three artists walked along the highly polluted Rimac river (145km in 21 days) from the high andes until it reaches the sea. Project blog and exhibition link: http://rimac.wordpress.com/exposicion/

Exhibition video and street art for poet Jose Villaran's AMLT Project. Phrases of a became stickers, distributed around the world, with photos of the stickers emailed back to the poet for reassembly as a collaborative book. Video link: http://www.youtube.com/user/AMLT2010#p/a/f/0/WTQ1ZqfhQUw

The Garden Project in collaboration with Slow Food Peru.

Nina Rumi 7x7 - 7 people from different disciplines invited to work with local communities for a week based from Bruno's house in Nina Rumi, a rural town one hour away of Iquitos, a city in the Peruvian Amazon.

Reverse Graffiti in Lima, with street artists drawing images on dirty walls, by cleaning them.