Giulia Crispiani ~ Keywords: love letter, sunset, friendship, leaning, reading, writing, publishing, chanting, yearning, mourning
Giulia Crispiani is a writer and visual artist based in Rome, where she is an editor for NERO Editions. She holds degrees in a BA of Industrial Design, University of Rome Sapienza, Rome (2005–2009); BA of Art (Ceramics) with Honors (Art & Research with University of Amsterdam) from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam (2011–2015); a MA of Art Praxis, Dutch Art Institute, Arnhem (2015–2017) and followed the Arts Module of the MA Studies and Gender Politics in Roma Tre (2018). Her work has been presented at (among others) Center for Book Arts, New York, Almanac Inn, Torino; Centrale Fies, Dro; Short Theatre, Roma; MACRO, Roma; Quadriennale di Roma 2020; Il Colorificio, Milano; FramerFramed, Amsterdam. She is the author of the books Incontri in luoghi straordinari / Meeting at remarkable places (Nero Editions 2020), What if Every Farewell Would Be Followed by a Love Letter (Union Editions 2020), What if I can’t say goodbye (Union Editions 2021), Petra (Rerun books 2018), and co-author of غم/Tristezza/Sorrow (Oreri 2021).
Learn more about Giulia Crispiani's 20 minute presentation for Maelstrom Slow Dance - DAI's 3 day graduation lectures marathon, June 2017
Learn more about Giulia Crispiani’s written MA thesis (DAI, 2017): Revolutionary Redecoration
Giulia Crispiani returned to DAI as the curator/moderator of the DAI's 2019 AEROPONIC ACTS at Silent Green in Berlin, the curator/moderator of the DAI's 2020 AEROPONIC ACTS at Radio Kootwijk and the curator/moderator of the DAI's 2021 AEROPONIC ACTS at the Posttheater in Arnhem. In 2022 she will join us in the same role at Centrale Fies in Dro.
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