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Giulia Colletti is a curator based in Glasgow, UK. She is currently working as Associate Curator of Chalton Gallery, a space dedicated to present emerging British and Mexican artists in London. She is founder of Falte, an open-ended project that explores art production, fostering lasting alliances with independent organizations.
Previously, she was curatorial assistant at CCA Centre for Contemporary Art Glasgow and assistant curator to Barnabás Bencsik for the first edition of OFF Biennale Budapest. She worked at a number of international institutions, including The Hunterian Glasgow, La Biennale di Venezia, Fondazione Musei Civici Venezia, and Fondazione Prada. As an independent curator, she has collaborated with renowned artists such as Eduardo Abaroa, Carlos Amorales, Sarah Browne, Núria Güell, Tessa Lynch, David Shrigley, Jonathan Monk, and Wolfgang Tillmans.
She has just completed an MLitt in Curatorial Practice at The Glasgow School of Art (Scottish Funding Council grant). Her research interests include theories of labour, feminist theory, (de) activism, unlearning practices, performance, and institutional critique. She has written articles that have appeared in Kabul Magazine, Juliet, Artribune, The Art Review Glasgow, among others.