Multiplicity is a consortium of architects, urban planners, and visual artists that investigates the social issues of physical environments through research, workshops, installations, books, and intervention strategies. Multiplicity has created projects such as “Border Device(s) – the Road Map,” a project exploring the controversial politics of international border relations, which was shown at “Utopia Station” of the Venice Biennale in 2003. Multiplicity has also shown at Documenta 11 and Kunst-Werke Institute for Contemporary Art in Berlin. Insulza, who won the European 8 architecture competition in 2006, is a founding member of Multiplicity.
Founded 2000, based in Milan