The Delaware Contemporary in Wilmington is showing my films about Gibellina La Madre, il Figlio e l'Architetto, Arcadia and Il Grande Cretto di Gibellina, during the exhibition DueSouth, curated by Marianne Bernstein, with works by Isaac Julien, Massimo Vitali etc. DueSouth opened on January the 28th and will close at April 13, 2017.

This year I will be part of the Jury Visual Arts Prix de Rome 2017. The deadline for proposals/applications is the 20th of February. For more information see the website Prix de Rome.

On April the 11th I will give a lecture in the Architecture Institute in Nijmegen about the old and the new Gibellina. It's part of a series of lectures, organized by the architect Paul van Honthem.

In November 2016 I was interviewed by curator and writer Aniko Erdosi from the online magazine Sculpture and Nature about my short film Il Grande Cretto di Gibellina, (commissioned by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation) which was screened in the Guggenheim Museum in New York from October 8th 2015 till January the 6th of 2016. The interview is online now.

Pandora Art Magazine published an article written by Pim Hügel about my work in their latest issue, that came out on the 19th of December 2016.

In the meanwhile I am working on a new short film (supported by the Creative Industries Fund) about the neighborhood Eva Lanxmeer in Culemborg. Eva Lanxmeer is the name of an ecological residential and business area built from 1994 to 2009 in the Dutch town of Culemborg in the Netherlands. The Dutch poet, writer and actor Ramsey Nasr is writing the voice-over for this film.