Francesca Coluzzi was born in central Italy (Latina, August 1985), she lives and works in Rome in the field of visual arts and visual studies, as a designer and independent researcher.
In particular, she deals with the development and management of editorial projects, including digital ones, as a graphic designer and curator, making books both on paper and with the code.
She is specialized in iconographic research and her main interest is the image, in all its possible shapes and forms as well as its use, both as a tool of knowledge and as a cultural subject.
She writes (and tweets) about visual arts and digital media with great pleasure and passion, and she also publishes online occasionally. She reads, observes, take notes.
Currently she is involved in a research project about the future of books and publishing practices and, in her free time, she collects and stores in an online archive, kitsch images for research purposes.
She studied in the IUAV of Venice – MA in Visual Communication and Multimedia – and recently she has worked as an intern in the Institute of Network Cultures in Amsterdam, still working in collaboration.