Eleonora Luccarini (Bologna, 1993) lives and works between Bologna and Berlin. Her research is multidisciplinary and centered around the performative possibilities of language, considering it as an instrument of revolution and transformation through fiction, ambiguity and potentiality. By placing writing in constant interaction with other media, such as performance, video, animation and sculpture, her practice inquires the relationship between word, image and body, reflecting the possibilities of subversion of social norms and cultural codes, linked in particular to the performativity of the self.
She recently participated in the residency project Nuovo Forno del Pane at MAMbo - Museo d'Arte Moderna di Bologna and Live Arts Week X curated by Xing [1] . She has exhibited at Quadriennale di Roma (2020) [2], OGR Torino (2020) [3], Cripta747, Torino (2020) [4], Anonima Kunsthalle, Varese (2018) [5] and LOCALEDUE, Bologna (2017). She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna and at Università IUAV di Venezia. In 2019 she was selected among the participants of the School of Expressions held by Valentinas Klimašauskas, Viktoria Draganova, Julie Béna, Zuzanna Czebatul, Pavel Sterec and Wojciech Kosma at PLATO in Ostrava (CZ).
Her work is currently on view at “Thinking Beyond”, c. by Leonardo Bigazzi at Manifattura Tabacchi Firenze and at “Badly Buried”, c. by Jade Barget, Naz Cuguoğlu, and Alice Sarmiento at Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo.

Collaborations: CONDYLURA03 (2021)