Laura F. Gibellini is a process-based artist working between Madrid and NYC. She teaches at Complutense University in Madrid and is invited faculty in the MFA in Art Practice at the School of Visual Arts I SVA in NYC.
Gibellini’s work has been shown in international venues such as Matadero (Madrid); CCCB/Centro de Cultura Contemporánea (Barcelona); el Museo de Los Sures (NYC); la Accademia di Belle Arti (Roma); Carpe Díem. Arte e Pesquisa (Lisbon); ICI (NYC); The Boston Center for the Arts (Boston); Anthology Films Archives (NYC); Artist Space (NYC); La Casa Encendida (Madrid); MAC (A Coruña); BIAM (Amposta); Loop (Barcelona); Center for Contemporary Arts (Santa Fe); AC Institute (NYC); NurtureArt (NYC); Mass Moca (Massachusets); Slowtrack (Madrid); Vacío 9 (Madrid); Antonio de Barnola (Barcelona); Video Guerrilha, Urban Space Projections (Sao Paolo); Le Cube (Rabat) o UCCA (Beijing). In 2013 she completed her first permanent public art installation commissioned by the MTA Arts for Transit & Urban Design for three subway stations in New York City. Gibellini’s first book Construyendo un Lugar /Constructing a Place was published by Complutense University of Madrid in 2012 and the second, Atmospheric Meditations. Before Present (338 U-710 U) by Nocapaper Books & More and Slowtrack (Madrid ) in 2016 and by Publication Studio (Hudson) in 2017. Her writings have appeared in international journals such as Drawing: Research, Theory & Practice (Intellect Books, UK, 2017); MaHKUscript: Journal of Fine Art Research (Ubiquity Press, London, 2016); Int|AR:Interventions + Adaptative Reuse (Rhode Island School of Design, US, 2015); Quintana (Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, 2013) or The Journal for Artistic Research (JAR, 2011).
Gibellini has been a recent fellow at the Spanish Academy in Rome (2016-2017) and an artist in residence at The Banff Centre for Arts & Creativity (Alberta, Canada, 2017), the ISCP (NYC, 2011),The Aldrich Foundation (Connecticut, 2010) and the Künstlerhaus Glogauer (Berlin, 2007).Download CV in PDF