Enhance the common spaces, making them usable through another look .
Promote young artists by keeping the attention and awareness of environmental protection high, offering new visions of the city.
Y2030 continues its commitment by giving space to another young female signature of street art, the Russian Italian Maria Ginzburg, who for the occasion is confronted for the first time with the anti-smog painting of Airlite, in collaboration with ATAC and the Town Hall VIII.
In Rome, in the Garbatella district, Urban Fragments is born, the new anti-smog mural that concludes a path of redevelopment of the square in front of metro B, symbolic access to the iconic district of '900 Rome.
AIRLITE / THE ART THAT PURIFIES THE AIR
An unprecedented vision of the neighborhood that has always been an outpost of innovations and new visions.
The new Yourban2030 anti-smog mural, with its 36 square meters of anti-smog paint will eliminate (transforming them into inert salts) about 5.54 g of NOx / day, like 36 square meters of forest, absorbing the smog of about 7.7 petrol cars € 6 per day.
The mural was curated and coordinated by Maura Crudeli, Yourban2030 project manager and supported by Airlite with a free supply of the paints.
Airlite is the revolutionary technology that is applied like a simple paint and that offers an innovative and affordable solution to the problem of air quality. Activating only with the energy of light, it interacts with the polluting molecules, purifying the air in a natural way.
Sustainability is not only a message, but seen in concrete application--such as materials one chooses.
Maria Ginzburg (03/10/98) is a Russian-born artist, illustrator and student of painting and graphic art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome where trained in the field of childhood illustration, in particular focusing on the dissemination of issues such as disability and the relationship with the different and the stranger.
She subsequently developed a marked interest in issues related to environmental sustainability, anthropization and the change in the relationship between man and nature in the contemporary context. Recently, thanks also to his work as an assistant at the yourban2030 association for JDL's murals, Carlos Athoce, Lucamaleonte, in turn began to develop an interest in inserting the work of art in the urban space with the aim of redeveloping and embellish the city context using the mural technique.