Giorgia Rizzioli

Giorgia Rizzioli

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    Research Interests

    Giorgia's area of research is interdisciplinary and revolves around film studies, urban media studies and curatorial studies. Specifically, Giorgia is theoretically and practically engaged with the cinematic placemaking, i.e. studying how film curating and outdoor screenings can be strategies of reconfiguration and production of alternative places. 


    She is currently a PhD candidate at Coventry Univeristy in the Centre for Postdigital Cultures. She is also a member of the research group ArtSpaceCity in the Centre. Alongiside, she is a independent curator. Recently she curated Screening Coventry: Past is Now (April 2022) an experimental outdoor screening in Coventry as part of the Coventry Biennial's Hyper-Possible cultural programming. Her last projection is titled Moving Images and Placemaking: For an Environmental Semiology,  curated and presented on occasion of the PGR ICC Conference (June 2023). 

    She worked as curatorial assistant in diverse art galleries in Venice (Michela Rizzo Art Gallery; Bugno Art Gallery) and collaborated with Gallerie dell'Accademia Museum. 


    Education/Academic qualification

    MA History of Arts and Conservation of Artistic Heritage, Thesis: "Visioni esposte. L'esperienza pittorica e cinematografica di Michelangelo Antonioni", Ca' Foscari University of Venice

    Award Date: 18 Jul 2019

    BA Conservation of Cultural Heritage and Performing Arts Management, Thesis: "Giorgio De Chirico. Scena, Quadro e Iconologia", Ca' Foscari University of Venice

    Award Date: 11 Nov 2015


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