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Giulia Colletti works as a curator and writer. She graduated in History of Art from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, and awarded an MLitt in Curatorial Practice from The Glasgow School of Art. She worked at a number of institutions, including La Biennale di Venezia, Fondazione Prada, CCA Glasgow, The Hunterian Glasgow. While in Budapest, she is Curatorial Assistant to Barnabás Bencsik for the first edition of OFF Biennale (2015). In 2016, she joins The Floating Piers intervention by Christo and Jeanne-Claude and she is selected for ‘Emergent Migrant Topographies’ by The Bartlett – UCL (University College London). She is contributor to a number of magazines, among which Artribune, Juliet, Kabul Magazine, Artslife. In 2017, she formalises FALTE, a self-initiate research project that aims at questioning static neoliberal precepts, deactivating capitalistic logic, and producing alternative forms of action.