Established in 2014 by Liva Dudareva & Eduardo Cassina, METASITU is a collective practice conceived to explore the ways in which people relate to the built environment across times and disciplines, to usher in a queerer tomorrow. Through publications, gatherings, installations, and video, their practice is situated at the intersection of visual arts, urbanism, and knowledge-exchange formats.

Centered around non-hierarchical symbiotic pedagogies, their work spans a wide range of  territories and approaches, from Donetsk to Palestine, from organising encounters to building large-scale installations.

Since 2015, they have been developing different facets of the Degrowth Institute, a long-term project exploring ways of incorporating notions of degrowth in urban masterplanning.