Nomos is Greek for 'pasture', and 'the Nomad' is a chief or clan elder who presides over the allocation of pastures. Nomos thus came to mean 'law', 'fair distribution', [...] - and so the basis of all Western law.

The verb nemein - to 'graze', 'to pasture', 'to range', or 'to spread' — has a second sense as early as Homer: 'to deal', 'to apportion' or 'to dispense' - especially of land, honour, meat or drink. Nemesis is the 'distribution of justice' and so of 'divine justice'.”
Bruce Chatwin, The Songlines 

Eunemesi is a performing arts company based in Milan, Italy, since 2014. The company is directed by Ruggero Franceschini & Claudia Gambino, who met while studying in Piccolo Teatro di Milano theatre school in 2011-14.

In the first years of its activity Eunemesi produced  theatre performances with a clear visual abstract identity: “Melancolia I” in 2014, “Il figlio soffre” in 2015. Later on, their interested shifted towards site-specific and participatory performances: F.A.R.M. in 2017, “Crowd Control” and “Padua Silk Road” in 2018, “The Monuments of Paese” and “Anthology of Superfluous Activities” in 2019 (winner of MovinUp! 2019/20), “Intima Data” in 2020.

The support for Eunemesi research has come from a wide range of national and international partners: Residenza Idra in Brescia, Associazione 20Chiavi in VIterbo, Binario1 in Treviso, ESP-I performing arts company in New Taipei City, Taiwan.

We always considered the company as an open territory to be contaminated by other artists, among the others by: Gizem Begüm Boylu, Angelo Callegarin, Jocelyn Yuchia Chang, Lorenzo Demaria, Francesca Del Fa, Diogo Ferreira, FDM, Domenico Florio, Hannah Gelesz, Kinga Kolaczko, Enrico Lo Foco, Andrea Maffei, Antonio Mingarelli, Margherita Monga, Francesco Meola, Ronald Pelin, Livio Remuzzi, Giulia Vecchio, Anqi Zhao, Ray-Pei Yu, Tianyu Xu, Marouane Zotti.