Eleonora Sovrani

Born in 1984 in Ferrara, obtained a Master degree in Visual and Multimedia Communication at the Architecture University of Venice.

She worked as researcher and curator assistant for several exhibition projects and publications such as Done.Book, presented at the 12.Biennale of Architecture in Venice, Die Vermessung des Unmenschen [Surveying the Non-Human], presented in 2016 at the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresden, Tous contre le spectacle [Everybody against the spectacle], opened in 2017 at the Arsenale Institute for Politics of Representation in Venice, Prendiamo la parola, esperienze dal ’68 in Friuli Venezia Giulia [Let’s speak ourselves, experiences from ’68 in Friuli Venezia Giulia], which took place in Udine and Trieste in 2018.

She curated the exhibition The Most Dangerous Game together with Wolfgang Scheppe and Roberto Ohrt, opened in September 2018 at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin.

As an independent researcher and film director she primarily deals with interstices and paradoxes that hide in-between physical reality and its variations, created and modified by media technologies. Since 2014 she collaborates with the music group The Mechanical Tales on several site-specific projects, dealing with experimental live video.

Her works have been exhibited and screened in various EU cities as well as in Australia and Lebanon.


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