Fabiola Fiocco is a PhD researcher (Marie Skłodowska-Curie Fellow) at the University of Edinburgh with a project on the gender and the sexual division of labour in the curating and production of socially engaged art. She holds an MA in Museology at the Reinwardt Academie in Amsterdam and an MA in Art History at Roma Tre University in Rome. She previously obtained a BA in Arts Management from Ca’ Foscari University of Venice. Core themes of her curatorial practice are architecture and biopolitics. As part of her academic research she analysed the economic and social role of the contemporary art museum as an active urban and political agent. Between 2012 and 2014, she collaborated with S.a.L.E Docks, an independent space for visual and performing arts in Venice, where she joined the curatorial team in realising exhibitions and events. Together with curator Giulia Pistone, she developed Impulsi Cinematografici (2014), a festival of public “guerrilla” projections around Venice. In the Netherlands, she collaborated with the Van Abbemuseum and L’Internationale network. As part of her curatorial practice, in 2017 she initiated homeawayfromhome, an open-ended online platform that aims at reflecting on the conceptual and material elements of home through the work of contemporary artists. From 2019 to 2021, she has worked as Project Coordinator for AlbumArte (Rome).