Valentina Ornaghi (b. 1986, Milan) and Claudio Prestinari (b. 1984, Milan) graduated respectively in Industrial Design and Architecture. In 2014, Ornaghi and Prestinari had a solo exhibition, Familiare, at the Galleria Continua (San Gimignano). In 2016, they participated in Artista x Artista, the first international artist residency program in Havana (Cuba) and they held their first solo exhibition in New York at the New York University - Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò. In 2017, they produced a number of works relating to Giorgio Morandi which were exhibited at MAMbo - Casa Morandi (Bologna) and they were awarded a residency at Carlo Zauli Museum in Faenza with a final showheld at the MIC International Ceramics Museum. They unveiled their public sculpture entitled Filemone e Bauciat the new Citylife Park, Artline, in Milanthe same year. In 2018, Ornaghi and Prestinari had a second solo exhibition, Keeping Things Whole,at the Galleria Continua (San Gimignano). Ornaghi and Prestinari have taken part in several international exhibitions, both in experimental spaces and institutions, including MAAT, Lisbon (2018); Museum Voorlinden, Wassenaar (2016); Aguila de Oro, Havana (2016);Le Centquatre, Paris (2015); Palazzo Reale, Milan (2015); Museo Pietro Canonica of Villa Borghese, Rome (2015).