Capturing the interconnections of movement, emotion and environment and how their dynamic entanglements shape embodied narratives and sense making
I am an interdisciplinary scholar and artist born in Italy and based in Denmark. I work across the fields of anthropology, visual arts, cognitive science, dance and choreography. My work has been presented in several venues across Europe and Australia and published on international academic journals. I co-direct short films with my brother Ruggero Pini, video-maker and director of photography based in Shanghai, who collaborated on NatGeo reportages and directed award-winning music videos and documentaries featured on Rolling Stone, WIRED & RedBull. Together we are developing INFINITO, an experimental short film series exploring the relationship to illness and its transformational aspects from an autobiographic perspective. ABISSO is our first episode.
Official Selection
ABISSO (ABYSS)
Dance Cinema Film Festival
Sydney
2020
Official Selection
ABISSO (ABYSS)
[C]Screen - Spring Dancefilm Festival
Barcelona
2020
Official Selection
ABISSO (ABYSS)
Moving Images International videodance festival
Nicosia
2020
Official Selection
ABISSO (ABYSS)
DANCE CINEMA
Worldwide
2019
WINNER
ABISSO (ABYSS)
CHASS Australia Prize for a Student in the Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences
Melbourne
2019
Official Selection
ABISSO (ABYSS)
GEOFILMFESTIVAL
Cittadella (PD)
2019
Official Selection
ABISSO (ABYSS)
IntimaLente/IntimateLens Film Festival
Caserta
2019
Official Selection
ABISSO (ABYSS)
International Underwater Film Festival - Belgrade
Belgrade
2019
WINNER
ABISSO (ABYSS)
Visual and Creative Ethnography Competition 2018 - Australian Network of Student Anthropologists (ANSA)
Cairns
2018
College
University Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne
B.A. Visual Arts
20082009
College
Alma Mater Studiorum University of Bologna
M.A. Cultural Anthropology
20102012
College
Macquarie University
PhD Cognitive Science
20132020
Birth Date
May 6
Current City
Sydney
Hometown
Bologna
Gender
Female
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Capturing the interconnections of movement, emotion and environment and how their dynamic entanglements shape embodied narratives and sense making
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