LIUBA is an italian artist working with performance art, videoart and site-specific and participative projects. She lives now in Milan and Rimini, her two own cities. She had been living in Bologna, New York and Berlin.

Her art work is concerned with social, anthropological, geographical, philosophical issues, human behavior, interactivity and chance. Her practice consists of site specific actions that burst provocatively into daily life and of videoworks that assemble the performance, the reactions of people and the identities of the involved places. Her research is based on the analysis of contemporary society, investigating contradictions and problems of the social system and of the art system.

Her work has been presented in museums, festivals and galleries nationally and internationally, including Artissima Art Fair (Torino); PAC Pavilion (Milan), WeissPollack Galleries (NewYork), Galerie Parisud (Paris) Arte Fiera (Bologna), Scope (New York), Scope (London), Kreuzberg Pavillon (Berlin), Séquence (Quebec, Canada); Grace Exhibition Space (Brooklyn, New York); Image Movement (Berlin).

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