About me

I’m an emergent curator-journalist. I was born in Rome, and I have lived in London for the past three years. I have recently graduated with a BA (Hons) in Culture, Criticism, and Curation at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London. My academic and personal research is dedicated to bringing stories to life through art, fashion, and performances.

I am deeply fascinated by art’s potential to engage audiences and change minds, but most importantly, to change the world we live in today. My investigation during the past three years of university has focused on the contradictions and complexities around representation, identity, heritage, gender, and communities in the worldwide art world.

In today’s world saturated with spectacle, clickbait, and social reproducibility, I believe that art has the power to engage our imagination and elevate our critical thoughts and debates. Art can make the individual understand the human identity and has the ability to elicit empathy and encourage us to embrace difference. I am interested in how artists and curators can harness this potential and create artworks and exhibitions that stimulate the senses and imagination but, most importantly, that make observers critically reflect on the world we inhabit.

My Work

The Next Round

The next round is an exhibition curated by me and by some of my course mates from BA Culture, Criticism, and Curation for our final

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Deserted diaries

D.D. was a project proposal conceived in March 2022 for the Foundling Museum in London. The space in partnership with my university course commissioned the

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