The Project

EVERYTHING IS CONNECTED is a multi-disciplinary project addressing the issue of climate change and the environmental crisis. What started as a photographic project, has evolved into a more holistic and multi-layered experiment, involving different areas of research that together participate to narrate the climate change topic on different levels.

Through a cohesive and integrated study of content, aesthetics, dissemination, formats and awareness, Everything is Connected aims at providing innovative solutions to bring important scientific content directly to the people, accessible via communication and artistic projects. We believe photography and art should occupy public space, question urban planning, create solutions that consider social distancing, and reinvent new forms of sociality and interaction between people, the urban landscape and the arts.


We feel there’s
a need
to re-invent
the world.

Everything is Connected embraces a multi-layered approach by connecting different disciplines, experimenting new ways to involve and engage with a large public, learning through the results of experimentation and providing the community with new paradigms for communicating climate change. This is done in the hope of contributing to the fundamental narration around climate change, making us reflect and take positive action in mitigating humanity’s footprint.

Our Vision

We believe in the social power of visual and 360 degrees communication, but also in the necessity of expanding beyond the narrow boundaries of disciplines. Our aim is to discover and produce new multi-disciplinary solutions and paradigms for effectively communicating causes and consequences of the environmental emergency. This experimental approach will hopefully lead to a long-term cultural transition by aligning human health, ecological sustainability and social justice.

What We Do


We collect and showcase our projects, as well as others’ worldwide ideas that show interesting and forward-thinking ways to connect different disciplines as ways of amplifying the message around the topic of climate change.


Everything Is Connected is creating a research group composed of credible professionals specialised in the different areas of visual art, science, mass media, education, public space, economy, activism and sustainable design. The group will work on creating hybrid and innovative solutions that are able to translate important scientific notions and figures into artistic projects.

The people behind


Maria Teresa Salvati

Founder and Director

Maria Teresa Salvati lives in Bari (Puglia) and is the founder and director of the Everything Is Connected project. She is editor-in-chief, writer, publisher, lecturer, personal branding consultant and independent curator. Her topics focus mainly on: Environmental, Social and Cultural issues. She is editor-in-chief and founder of Slideluck Editorial: online and offline platform for contemporary photography and multimedia that promotes social change.

Valeria Recchia

Producer and Web designer

Valeria lives in Castellana Grotte, near Bari (Puglia). She is a graphic and web designer working as image editor and creator of artistic content. She is part of the team as a producer for Slideluck Editorial since the launch of the Everything is Connected call.

Karishma Gupta

Web developer and Web strategy

Karishma lives in London, UK and is a sustainable and circular fashion lover and a web developer. She is part of the team as a developer of web and strategy


Frederic Hanusch

Frederic Hanusch is scientific coordinator of the “Panel on Planetary Thinking” at Giessen University, Germany, and a research fellow of the Earth System Governance project. He holds a PhD in political science and a MA in political science, philosophy and sociology. His research is focused on the intersections of democracy and planetary change.

David Cross

David Cross is an artist and Reader at UAL, engaging with the social-ecological crisis through visual culture. In 2012, following the Artist Placement Group, he designated his role at UAL as an artist’s placement, proposing that UAL switch to an ethical bank.

Rossella Ferorelli

Rossella Ferorelli (1984), PhD in Architectural and Urban Design at Politecnico di Milano, she researches the evolution of the interaction between information, biopolitics and the built environment. She collaborates with international magazines, and teaches at Politecnico di Milano, writes and lectures regularly. Since 2019, she works as Urban Designer at Comune di Milano, managing European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) funded projects related with public space and active mobility.


Our team would like to thank the following people for having supported and for being currently helping us to make Everything is Connected happening. Pietro Lo Casto (Photographer), Igor Elukov (Photographer), Sana Ahmadizadeh (Photographer), Mattia Marzorati (Photographer), Heide Häusler (Director of Photoszene), Oisín Davies, Maurizio Annese (Photographer)
This project is dedicated to the memory of Roberta Fiorito