Over de rol van kunst in een globaliserende samenleving

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Manifesto Against Nostalgia (2019). Foto: Carel Buenting / Framer Framed

Giulia Crispiani

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Giulia Crispiani is a writer and visual artist based in Rome, where she is an editor for NERO Editions.

She holds degrees in a Bachelor of Industrial Design, University of Rome Sapienza, Rome (2005—2009); Bachelor of Art (Ceramics) with Honors (Art & Research with University of Amsterdam) from the Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam (2011—2015); and a Master of Art Praxis, Dutch Art Institute, Arnhem (2015—2017).

She had been involved in independent projects between Amsterdam, Tehran and Beirut and she was recently part of the exhibitions Coming Soon (2018) at Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Torino and But We Don’t Leave Pyramids (2019) at Charsoohonar, Tehran. 

In her artistic practice she brings together her backgrounds in industrial design, object making, philosophy and art theory, as text and image based works that manifest in live and printed formats such as performances and publications. She was the 2019 curator of the DAI’s 2019 AEROPONIC ACTS at Silent Green in Berlin. 


Boekpresentatie: Gham/Tristezza/Sorrow
Een publicatie door Golrokh Nafisi en Giulia Crispiani
Performance: Manifesto Against Nostalgia
Outdoor Performance van Giulia Crispiani, Golrokh Nafisi en Ahmadali Kadivar