Laura F. Gibellini

Spain, United States (residence) °1978
affiliation: School of Visual Arts, NYC. TAI-Centro Universitario de Arte (Madrid))


Laura F. Gibellini is a visual artist and theorist based in Madrid and New York City.
She received her PhD from Complutense University of Madrid (2010) after conducting her main research both at MoMA and The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum. She is Faculty in the MFA in Art Practice at the School of Visual Arts (NYC) and a Professor at TAI-Centro Universitario de Arte (Madrid).

 Recent projects include a Residency at The Banff Centre for the Arts and Creativity (Canada) and a Fellowshio at the Spanish Academy in Rome (Italy). Her most up-to-date collection of works will take the form of a book (Atmospheric Meditations: Before Present (338U- 710 U))to be published in 2017 by NocaPaper and Slowtrack on the occasion of a solo-show of her work in Madrid (May 2017).


research expositions

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Exposition: The Photogram as a Domestic Diary (01/01/2013) by Pamela Salen
Laura F. Gibellini 16/12/2013 at 11:44

I find that Pamela Salen’s exposition ‘The Photogram as a Domestic Diary‘ has improved greatly in terms of maturity, complexity and organization and I think the process of synthesising and rewriting has been very positive and beneficial. Her personal take and original exploration of the notions of memory and home and how they inform each other and relate to one another is very compelling. Her use of the photogram as a medium to register memory and the passage of time is poetic and sensual and I think that the combination of texts, research, images and videos create a worth reading exposition.