Assunta Ruocco

Assunta Ruocco is an artist and researcher based in Nottingham, UK. Her practice focuses on the role of collaboration, technologies and spaces of production in the emergence of artworks. Assunta works with painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, digital technologies, and the relationships between these media, creating transdisciplinary durational projects that invite the intervention of human, and non-human collaborators at different stages within the creative process. Recent presentations include “Co-Working with Things’, paper presentation at Parse conference, 2019, ‘Our Days of Gold’, a two-person exhibition with Daniel T. Wheeler at the Italian Cultural Institute in Hamburg, Germany (2019), ‘Allez-Allez’, group exhibition curated by Juan D’Oultremont, Centre Wallonie Bruxelles, Paris, France (2022), group exhibition ‘Family and Other Ties’ at UCA Farnham, 2022, and ‘Index of Love, Labour and Care’, paper presentation at ‘Drawing in Relation’ conference organised by the Drawing Research Network at Loughborough University in June 2023.

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