Giulia Iacolutti

BIOGRAPHY

Giulia Iacolutti (Cattolica, 1985) is a visual artist who mainly works on relational art projects about social-political issues. She uses different media – video, audio, embroidery, chalcography, performance – in addition to photography. Her work has been shown and published internationally and is held in private collections and museum, such as Donata Pizzi collection, CRAF (Spilimbergo), GNAM library (Roma), Artphilein Library (Lugano), Folio Centro de la Imagen (Mexico City) and San Telmo Museum (Spain). Among the most recent awards and acknowledgments, the nomination for the Foam Paul Huf Award (2018); the CRAF Friuli Venezia Giulia Photography Award (2019); The Marco Bastianelli Award (2020); the Paolo Cardazzo Award (2021) and the Italia Inclusiva call issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2022).

WORKSHOP

For the sixth edition of Mind the Gap project, Giulia Iacolutti will lead a participatory art workshop in homage to Franco Basaglia, curated by Rachele D’Osualdo (ETRARTE Association).