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Attilia Fattori Franchini is an independent curator and writer based in Vienna, AT. Working on forming experimental contexts for the production and display of contemporary practices, her work investigates technology, post-capitalism, language, femininity, moving image, and the cinematic, supporting the creation of alternative forms of subjectivity and representation. She is the founder and director of KUNSTVEREIN GARTENHAUS in Vienna, a space focused on film, sound, and performance and the founder and editor of the publishing house Wild Seeds, dedicated to artists’ writings. Fattori Franchini has conceived and established the commission program BMW Open Work by Frieze (20172023) realizing solo presentations by Sara Sadik, Nikita Gale, Madeline Hollander, Camille Blatrix, Sam Lewitt, and Olivia Erlanger; and is the curator of the Emergent section of miart Milan since 2017. She is the curator of the exhibition Rebecca Ackroyd: Mirror Stage, a Collateral Event of the 60th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, and works as a researcher at the Institut für Kunst und Kulturwissenschaften at the Academy for Fine Arts, Vienna.

Her writing has appeared in publications such as Mousse, Artforum, CURA., Flash Art International, Camera Austria, Spike Magazine as well as authoring catalog essays for monographs on the work of Birke Gorm, Jakob Lena Knebl & Ashley Hans Scheirl, Hervé Guibert, Diego Marcon, Tatjana Dannenberg, Rosa Rendl, Andreia Santana, Anaïs Horn, Superflex.