Guendalina Salini lives and works in Rome. In her work the artist investigates human action in its everyday life, individual and collective identity. She works with heterogeneous simple, fragile, ephemeral, natural materials, always projecting her gaze beyond appearances. She dwells on the non-protagonists of the story, investigating the point from which the narrative begins, in search of possible new values through installations, videos and performances. She has to his credit several national and international exhibitions. After her studies in London, where she conferred a Master in Fine Art at Middlesex University, she began to exhibit with art galleries and non-profit spaces. Back in Italy, she collaborates with several curators exhibiting in private galleries (Ex Elettrofonica, ST, Francesca Antonini), foundations (Fondazione Fendi, Fondazione Baruchello, Auditorium-Fondazione Musica per Roma), film festivals (Locarno, Rome), Museums (Macro, MAXXI, Italian Geographic Institute), theaters and art fairs (Milan, Turin, Lecce, Paris, London, Istanbul, Buenos Aires), collaborates with the project of the House of Paesology and Aliano Festival designed by writer and poet Franco Arminio. Her research uses different means of expression, from installation to video, collage, drawing, photography, performance. She led several educational workshops and participatory projects collaborating with associations such as Oikos sostenibile, MAAM- Museo dell’altro e dell’altrove, Eccome Fondazione per il Sud, Teatro Valle and Nuovo Cinema Palazzo and organizing several exhibitions and events from below with other artists and performers. In 2017 she founded together with Giulia Anita Bari the association La Frangia with the aim of uniting art and human rights.