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Curating Contemporary Art (MA)

Ludovica Bulciolu

‘Hear the Light’, a synchronisation of aural and visual experiences and meditation on connectivity. Exploring ‘awakening’ as a concept and metaphor, the exhibition is an invitation to think together about our present moment, a time full of inheritances, repetitions and comings, while questioning the notion of accessibility.

Ludovica Bulciolu is a curator, writer and poet based in London. She is interested in human hands, bird songs, memory, children's cries, smell, heartbreaks, time and loss.

 

In her graduate dissertation, Rites of passage of the image-art, she considers the experience of watching art online and inquires about how the layering of institutional contexts can work as a framework inducing meaning and value.

 

For her graduate project in partnership with Gasworks, she co-curated ‘Hear the Light’, a synchronisation of aural and visual experiences and meditation on connectivity. Exploring ‘awakening’ as a concept and metaphor, the exhibition is an invitation to think together about our present moment, a time full of inheritances, repetitions and comings, while questioning the notion of accessibility.

 

Since 2019 she is the Associate Curator of San Mei Gallery, an independent space for contemporary art in Brixton. She previously worked as Director Assistant at SAM Art Projects in Paris, working on two pavilions for the Lyon Biennale of 2019 and the previous year as gallery assistant at Galleria Continua in Beijing. Ludovica worked for several years as a translator from French, Portuguese, English, to Italian and as a freelance cultural mediator for different institutions (Musée du Louvre, Centre George Pompidou, Musée National des Arts Asiatiques Guimet).

 

Ludovica holds an MA in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art in London, an MA in Research in Art History with a specialisation in Contemporary Chinese Art from Paris-Sorbonne; and a BA in Art History from the University of Bordeaux and the NOVA University in Lisbon.