Raffaela Naldi Rossano
Raffaela Naldi Rossano (born in Naples, Italy) lives and works in Naples. She graduated at Goldsmiths, University of London in 2016 with a research called Say Hello Back to a Phantomatic Present: Perform Heritage and Inhabit History, following her BA studies in Psychology. She aims to investigate possibilities and boundaries around relationships and intimacy, both psychologically and socio-economically, through processes of transformation. With her work she intends to present in between spaces and to provoke insights on hidden and suppressed histories, through installations which incorporates a range of mediums from found objects to video, sculpture, sound, text and performance, in order to create and re-create meanings, individually and collectively.
Raffaela Naldi Rossano is founder of Residency 80121, a residency project, artist-run space and library, which aims to create a platform to explore and exhibit alternative ways of inhabit home in her motherland Naples. Recent exhibitions include: Doing Deculturalization, Museion, Bozen (2019), Partenope, Aetopoulos, Athens, (2019), You Complete Me, Museo Apparente, Naples (2018) and May the bridges I burn light the way, Manifesta 5x5x5, Palermo, (2018).