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Giulia Civardi is a curator, writer, and researcher. She provides support structures for artists and cultural producers through exhibitions, commissions, and editorial projects, creating learning spaces and networks, and bringing their work to diverse audiences.

She has curated exhibitions, public programmes, and artists' commissions in cultural organisations such as Tate Modern, Rupert Centre for Art and Education, Kunstraum, Exo Exo, and Galerie In Situ. She is currently working independently on various research and writing projects and leading the research & development of the Nicoletta Fiorucci Collection, including new displays and artists' commissions. She is also part of the Curatorial Team at DEMO Moving Image︎︎︎.
As a cultural producer, she is committed to facilitating cross-disciplinary dialogue and knowledge redistribution. Her curatorial and writing practice explores the inter-relationship between ecological and social issues, marginal grammars, and collaborative learning. She is a member of AWI︎︎︎—the first autonomous, non-partisan association in Italy that aims to build ethical, contractual, and legal tools to protect art workers—where she has been researching and reporting on sustainable models of cultural governance. 

As a writer, she regularly contributes texts to various publications.
Her writing on art and culture has appeared in Flash Art, this is tomorrow, and NERO Magazine, among others.
Previously, she was Assistant Curator at Fiorucci Art Trust (2019-2021), a selected participant of the Barbican Emerging Film Curators Lab (2020), a facilitator of Garp Sessions, a summer research programme in Babakale, Turkey (2020), and founder of Grey Cube 113︎︎︎(2016-2017).

She holds an MA in art theory from Goldsmiths University and a BA in cultural and curatorial studies from Central Saint Martins.


“nameless and formless, about to be birthed, but already felt” A. L. — currently in London, UK