(How To Recall Thirst)

Landscape and memory, seen through invisibility, an ephemeral and intangible trace. An investigation on the memory of territory and places. I try to decode the nature and relationship that exists within the individuals who have been crossing it and who live in it. I am interested in the relationship between personal and collective experiences. Through an analysis of imagination, of one’s dreams and memories that change with the passage of time, I focus on small interferences, accidents, intentions, errors, doubts. I collect clues.

By creating photographic works, videos and installations, I represent the visual suggestions of my daily life. I bring the viewer to alienation, with the intention of bringing back a personal experience, a distant memory that surfaces in the mind as one falls asleep, through confused and devoid of precise sensations. It is the feeling of deja-vu, in which familiarity and estrangement are mixed.

Project presented in Giovane Fotografia Italiana #01 | CITIZENSHIP

Ritratto di Giulia Casula


(Cagliari, IT, 1977)

After graduating as a painter at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bologna, she obtained a specialization in Visual Arts and Curatorial Studies at NABA in Milan. She lives and works between Genoa and Nuoro, where she has been collaborating since October 2010 with the Educational Department of the MAN Museum. She took part to a number of collective exhibitions, including The Ideal City, MAN Museum, Nuoro and The Discipline of the Earth, PAV, Berchidda (Sassari), curated by Ivo Serafino Fenu. She had a personal exhibition called Natural…ly, Galleria La Bacheca, Cagliari, 2006, curated by Erica Olmeto. In 2012 she received the Art, Heritage and Human Rights Award, promoted by Connecting Cultures, Milan, and in 2010/11 she was awarded the Master & Back scholarship of the Sardinia Region. In 2010 she received the Archer Award, Archaeological Museum, Sant’Antioco (Ca), curated by Vittorio Sgarbi and Cristiana Collu.