/ While the snail was slowly hovering in search of stories,
the whale went deep to tell them
// AISLAB is a snail and a whale //

AISLAB is a Multimedia Journalism collective focusing on stories at the crossroads of Anthropology and Architecture.
We work both on commissioned and on research projects.
We focus mainly on the Italian context to tell stories in a more true and conscious way.

We carry out at the same time educational projects on the visual culture.
We believe that the audiovisual language has an incredible power to develop a critical approach to use images in a more conscious and ethical way.

We work together because we believe in sharing and exchanging ideas. 




Irene Fassini
I am a video journalist based in Milan with a two years postgraduate certificate in Multimedia Storytelling from the Cfp Bauer and Visual Journalism from the International Center of Photography with Camera.
I have a PhD in Anthropology of Law with previous work experiences in the field of migration and human rights.

Visual communication and social issues are the pins around which my passion and my profession revolve.
I strongly believe that the visual language has an incredible power of change in how we view the world.

I work as video journalist and reporter at PopEconomy while I carry on multimedia documentary projects and workshops on audio-visual language.

Sara Ruggeri
Video journalist and multimedia storyteller based in Milan, I became involved in Visual Storytelling
during my studies in Architecture. I graduated in photography and visual language at CFP BAUER in Milan after a degree in Architecture and Construction Engineering from the University of Trento.

I work as video journalist at Pop Economy and I carry on different projects making videos, visual workshops and documentaries for institutions and festivals. 

aislab 2020— Milan, Italy