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I am driven by the conviction that art and culture can be a positive force for change in our world. A contagious passion and drive for the art sector, proactive and professional.
Maintaining and updating artist information and gallery archives, providing administrative support to the gallery staff, art handling, installing, maintenance of the gallery, as well as running errands and assisting in exhibition openings. Most recently have assisted with the gallery’s participation at Art15, and the organisation and budgeting for the summer exhibition space in Montenegro.
Planned and carried out Social Media campaigns, including contribution to articles in the Vastari Blog (exhibition reviews, art events, etc). Assisted with research on travelling exhibitions with focus on Latin America for preparation of report to be presented in ICEE conference in Helsinki.
Assist exhibition coordinators with the logistics and execution of temporary exhibitions of the museum, in-office as well as on-site. Main exhibitions involved in: Constable: Making of a Master, David Bowie Is... (touring exhibition), Disobedient Objects.
Assisted with the organisation of the only art fair of contemporary Latin American art. Dealt mainly with the production of the event, ensuring smooth running of the fair (set-up and dismantling), dealing with gallery owners as well as making sure visitors were kept informed about the fair and events.
Volunteer in the youth collective of the V&A that organizes and coordinates events for young people at the museum. Main events involved in 2013: ‘Game Changers’, London Design Festival, ‘Making-it’ panel discussion.
Finished my degree with a First Class Honours. I approached my spatial design practice as an exchange of reflections rather than objects or spaces. It is a system of thought in itself and my interest is to produce knowledge. Not necessarily knowledge that will change something, rather knowledge that will allow us to find new ways of thinking and contemplating the spaces we inhabit. My dissertation title was Art, Politics, Space: A Critical Survey of Contemporary Latin American Site-Specific Art (2000-2010), and also achieved Distinction.