Valeria Ceregini‘s curatorial practice investigates the etymological meaning of words, artworks, vernacular traditions, social and cultural situations. She is interested in the intersection of art, curatorial practice, activism and politics such as themes concerning social engagements (i.e. the current social and political changes, new gender identities, and life in times of ecological crisis).

As international creative, the need for a creative community which is supportive and productive is As international creative, the need for a creative community which is supportive and productive is fundamental. With this in mind, during the Corona crisis, she created JournALL, an art programme online to support and promote artists across all disciplines and at any stage of their career. Activism and solidarity are at the base of her practice as a mentor/curator. She is regularly involved in a collaborative production, working together with artists and practitioners on context.

Her curatorial interests embrace all the visual arts, in particular, they are mainly focused on two separate fields of research: the abstract painting through its poetical emotion and the dichotomy nature-culture. The first one is related to the connection between abstract painting and the narrative method stream of consciousness. The latter field is connected with the idea of a progressive humanisation of Nature. As a matter of fact, Nature is gradually losing its bio and geodiversity becoming more and more a cultural product, an anthropocentric vision of the social world.

She has been debated these concepts in her most recent publication Over Nature, which gives the name at the touring group exhibition staged across Ireland and the UK. This exhibition project is interested in exploring – via visual and multimedia art – on the social vision and perception of our cultures and place in the world, notwithstanding that technologies, have changed human activities and languages in the Anthropocene era.

A new international collaboration titled Crossing BordersA Global Exhibition Exploring Themes of Migration based on climate migration is upcoming.