TRANSART is a research work developed between 2012 and 2018 on relational artistic projects carried out through participatory and collaborative processes and on their ability to generate transformations and exchanges in the context in which they take place. This was an investigation rooted in artistic practice and discursive reflection, at the intersection between theories of art and the social sciences.

The research aimed to experiment and assess whether art can influence society and to think in what ways, to what extent, and with what tools artists can be trained for their respective actions. In addition, the investigation also sought to ask what conditions should be created in these contexts to facilitate this gathering of artists, art and context, for the benefit of all agents involved.

The results of this research can be seen here.