is an artist and filmmaker, activates interdisciplinary research paths around communities and the body as a tool for investigating the socio-political context through which to engage in social and aesthetic practices. The latest projects are related to queer culture and gender issues.
In 2014 she directed the docufilm “Lei disse sì” that has become one of the most engaging projects about civil rights in Italy, and still contributes to sensibilize the community on lgbti rights.
She a co-founder of Fosca artistic collective (starting on 2006) and manager at “Corniolo Art Platform” interdisciplinary residence in Mugello.
is an independent curator and researcher and a co-founding member of Radical Intention. She is currently conducting a PhD at Loughborough University (U.K) investigating the relations between art and activism, with a focus on the work of Greek-French philosopher Cornelius Castoriadis.
She lectured at Loughborough University and contributed to conferences on art and activism (Who is afraid of the Public? at ICA, London 2013; CADN Conference at OCAD, Toronto, Canada 2014), and organises workshops on art and activism (Curating as a form assembly, 2015; Elapsing Time in an Expanded Artwork, 2016 at Pistoletto Foundation in Biella, Italy; Artistic Strategies & Workers Struggles, MayDay Rooms in London U.K. 2015).