Re:humanism is an organization dedicated to exploring the intersection of contemporary art and advanced media. Among its main activities is the Re:humanism Art Prize, which offers international artists the opportunity to exhibit their work and reflect on the nature and consequences of technological progress. The prize, now in its third edition, has been hosted by several Rome-based institutions including in 2019 at the AlbumArte center for artistic and cultural production, in 2021 at the Corner space of MAXXI - National Museum of XXI Century Arts, and in 2023 at WeGil, Lazio Region's cultural hub. Moreover, since 2019 Re:humanism has been collaborating with the Romaeuropa Festival in the production and curatorship of performances that investigate the relationship between body and machine. Re:humanism has also curated several exhibitions on the national territory and participated in various cultural dissemination programs.