Hugo Hemmi

Hugo Hemmi (CH-FR) main interest is about “relationship” as a form to make art. He developed projects socially engaged. His work is influenced by the transpedagocial concept of the artist and theorist Pablo Helguera and the concept of social role valorisation by the psychanalist Wolf Wolfensberger.  In 2016, he co-foundedin Geneva (Switzerland) with the collective HALTE the space Kiosk, an artistic platform that invites local and international artists to work in-situ and re-think exhibition making in public space. Hemmi graduated with a Master of Fine Arts at the Geneva University of the Art (HEAD), which he completed with an exchange program at Kingston University of London, and from Geneva’s institute of social studies (HETS-IES) where he completed a bachelor in community development.