Maritima Art Project

The Mediterranean Sea / Mare Nostrum

Maritima Art Project

Ongoing Project


Marítima’01 is an art project based on the interest of the environmental state of the Mediterranean Sea and its region. Marítima’01 brings together contemporary artists and scientists to create collaborative art works and inventive synergies, under the patronage of the University of Valencia. It is creating a network of contemporary artists and scientists with the main objective to raise public awareness on the environmental challenges that affect the Mediterranean while contributing to production and the dissemination of new contemporary artistic projects.

​Maritima aims to:

  • Provide the means and conditions favoring the emergence of collaborations between artists and researchers.
  • Support artist in the implementation and production of his artistic project.
  • Support the scientific projects involved in the Maritima.
  • Develop a dissemination program.

Collaborations with Cut Contemporary Fine Arts Lab:

Conference at Es Baluard Museu d'Art Contemporani de Palma
Klitsa Antoniou: Mediterranean Topos
7th June, 2021
In program:
Dr. Klitsa Antoniou (artist & Professor at the Department of Fine Arts),
Michele Leduc (scientist, Doctor at the STARESO oceanographic research station, Corsica),
Nathan Robinson (marine biologist & science communicator, Valencia),
Yann Toma (an artist-observer within the UN & and researcher/professor, University of Paris Panthéon-Sorbonne, France),
Laurine Wagner (artist & Ph.D. student, University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne, France),
Kalie Granier (artist & curator, USA/France).

Next Project

Venice Biennale (Exhibition)