Gabriella is a philosopher, creative copywriter and digital strategist who is constantly questioning the tenets of our reality and firmly believes that art, as a form of sociocultural critique, always offers the most nuanced analysis. As we increasingly spend more and more time inhabiting the digital world, she is more curious than ever to learn about artists who skillfully navigate this exciting, opportunity-rich, but at times also scary new world and hopes to expand her knowledge and that of others by sharing insightful cybernetic musings!
She holds a Masters in Philosophy from Birkbeck, University of London where she specialised in the study of Aesthetics, Metaphysics, Gender Studies, Heidegger, Nietzsche and Lacanian psychoanalysis.
Gabriella also completed a Bachelor in Media Communication Design from Central Saint Martins University of the Arts London specialising in Copywriting, Art Direction and Strategy for Advertising.
As a feminist and active promoter for female and queer talent, she has also worked as Women’s Officer and Executive Trustee of the University of London’s charitable Students’ Union and regularly contributes to Hundred Heroines, a platform dedicated to increasing the visibility of female talent in the visual arts.