Giuliana Racco (b. 1976 in Toronto, Canada) has been living in Europe since 2002. She completed her
graduate degree in Visual Arts at the IUAV University in Venice, and later worked as an Assistant Professor
in the visual arts courses held by Lewis Baltz. She has participated in international research and residency
programmes including Spain (MACBA and Hangar Barcelona); Portugal (Soft Control at the Fine Art School
of the University of Porto); West Bank (Campus in Camps/DAAR Decolonizing Architecture Art Residency
Bethlehem); Israel (Jerusalem Center for the Visual Arts); and has conducted workshops in a variety of
environments, including universities, town halls, museums, and refugee camps. Amongst various exhibitions,
Racco’s work has also been featured in Frith Street Gallery, London; Lopez Museum, Phillipines;
Fundació Suñol, Barcelona; Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Rijeka; Akademie der Künste
der Welt, Cologne; Fotomuseum Winterthur; SESC de Artes – Mediterrane, São Paulo; and Musée
d’Art Moderne et Contemporain, Strasbourg.