About
Residency Dates
  • Aug 18th 2015 to Aug 31st 2015
  • Dec 1st 2015 to Dec 15th 2015
Region
Italy / US

Fiamma Montezemolo is both an artist (MFA, San Francisco Art
Institute) and a Cultural Anthropologist (Ph.D, University Orientale of
Naples). She is an established scholar in border studies and a faculty member
of the Department of Cinema & Digital Media at the University of
California, Davis. She is the author of La
Mia Storia Non La Tua: La
Dinamica
Della Costruzione Dell’identita’ Chicana Tra Etero- e Autorappresentazioni
(Guerini,
2004) and Senza volto: L’etnicità e il
genere nel Movimento
Zapatista
(Liguori, 1999). She is also a co-author of Here
is Tijuana
(Blackdog Publishing, 2006) and co-editor of Tijuana Dreaming: Life & Art at the
Global
Border (Duke UP, 2012). As
an artist, she situates her work as a critical extension of the ethnographic
turn in contemporary art. She works with various media, mainly installation and
video. Her artwork has been widely exhibited both nationally and
internationally.

She
is represented by the Magazzino Dell’Arte Moderna gallery in Rome.