Dr Giulia Damiani (lives and works in London and Amsterdam) is a writer, curator and performance collaborator. In Amsterdam she was the fellow on the edition on Ritual and Display at If I Can't Dance, I Don’t Want to Be Part of Your Revolution (2019-2020). She completed a PhD in the Art department at Goldsmiths University, London (2021, AHRC scholarship) and has been teaching on the MA Curating at Goldsmiths as well as guest lecturing and tutoring at Sandberg Instituut, Rietveld Academy and SNDO in Amsterdam. She has been thinking with the archive of the feminist group Le Nemesiache from Naples and has been writing new performances inspired by the group’s ritual investment in their natural, supernatural and urban landscape. Her collaborations with artists bring together practices of myth-making, magic, landscape and the language of evocation and invocation.