Laura F. Gibellini is a process-based artist working between Madrid and NYC.  She teaches in the MFA in Art Practice at the School of Visual Arts I SVA in NYC and at TAI in Madrid.

Gibellini is a current fellow at the Spanish Academy in Rome (2016-2017) and was an artist in residence at The Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity this past winter (2017). Gibellini’s recent solo projects include Atmospheric Meditations. Before Present (338 U-710 U) which comprises a solo show at Slowtrack and a book edited both in English and Spanish (2017); Pantalla CCCB. A Month and Artist, at CCCB, Barcelona (2016); Escapes. Anotaciones Atmosféricas, Saint Roc Chapel, Valls, Tarragona (2016); the two month on going project Notes on a Working Space for El Museo de Los Sures, New York City (2015) or Before the Ocean a site-specific project for Carpe Diem I Arte e Pesquisa, Lisbon (organized by Slowtrack). In 2013 Gibellini completed DOM (Variations) a permanent public art installation for three subway stations in New York City that inspired the subsequent solo show De Rerum Natura, Slowtrack, Madrid, (2014).

Among her solo and group shows, performative lectures and projects are Processi 144, Spanish Academy, Rome (2017); High Noon, Accademia diBelle Arti, Rome (2017); A Place of Which We Know No Certainty, ISCP, New York (2014); Constructing a Place, ICI, New York (2013); Muestras de Archivo, Matadero, Madrid (2012); Variations on a Landscape, asm28, Madrid (2011); YANS & RETO, Anthology Film Archives, New York (2011); Video Guerrilha, Urban Space Projections, Sao Paolo, (2011). Gibellini’s first book Construyendo un Lugar /Constructing a Place was published by Complutense University of Madrid in 2012.

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Archivo de Creadores Matadero Madrid

Spain Red. The Spanish Cultural Network

PS1 Studio Visit

Artist Space. Irving Sandler Artists File

NURTUREart Registry

Alumni. University Complutense, Madrid


Disculpen las Molestias (Artista Trabajando)
Pardon the Mess. (Artist at Work)
CBA.NET, Círculo de Bellas Artes, Madrid.

with the support of the Ministry of Culture, Spain.

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