about giada

giada (b. 1997) is an Italian visual artist based in Gent and Roma. She’s currently attending the Master in Photography at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Gent (KASK). She’s co-founder of the photographic collective Ammodo Studio, where she works as a photographer and videomaker. In 2020 she worked as an assistant for Samuel Gratacap, following the filming of his first film “Un Tipo Strano” as second assistant director. she’s currently Michele Palazzi’s assistant.
giada believes in storytelling’s magical power: her projects always try to deal subtly with the spell of narration and images, looking back to their original forms. she’s fascinated by how our reality is intertwined with the story we make of it. she works mainly with photography but her work often involves different mediums (film, text, installation)
Her practice involves a strong interest in curating photography and bookmaking, she curated three exhibitions for RUFA Open Days and the collective exhibition "And All is Always Now" from the students of the 3rd BA from KASK.

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collective exhibitions

2021 "A New Beginning", PHmuseum days, Bologna

2021 "MOJO", Charta Festival, Roma

2021 “Obsessions”, Tête Gallery, Berlin

2021 “And All is Always Now”, Ontsteking, Gent

2019 “Un Lazio d'aMare”, Castello di Santa Severa, Roma

2018 “Ceci n’est pas un selfie” curated by Mustafa Sabbagh, Pastificio Cerere, Roma