lindarocco.art

lindarocco.art

Linda Rocco is a London-based contemporary art curator, writer and researcher graduated from an MA at the Royal College of Art in 2017. She has curated public events and exhibitions internationally with established small-scale institutions as Delfina Foundation, to warehouse spaces such as Yinka Shonibare’s Studio including the curation of the public sphere for Nine Elms on the South Bank. Linda is the co-founder and director of ‘I’m Here, Where Are You?’ a festival and programme of workshops co-produced with Cambridge Junction. She also co-directs the not-for-profit organisation _inventory platform, which operates globally to engage communities in the urban and rural context through socially engaged art projects. 

Linda’s interests spread across the presentation, mediation and preservation of ephemeral and time-based practices; the sociology of the artist in today’s hyperconnected societies and audiences’ dynamics within institutionalized, public and private contexts. Avid for interdisciplinary encounters, she strives for accessible Art which engages with current issues and urgencies. Whilst privileging face to face encounters, Linda initiated this site as space for further discussion and informal debate.

I’m Here, Where Are You?
Curatorial Project 2019

There’s Something Lurking in the Shadows that Might be Interesting 
Curatorial Project 2019

10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY GUEST PROJECTS
Curatorial Project 2018

Nine Elms on the South Bank
_inventory Platform 2017

Bapor Tabo(o)
_inventory Platform 2017

LOST SENSES
Curatorial Project 2017

OPEN HOUSE
Curatorial Project 2017

Brgy. South Kensington
_inventory Platform 2017

Rhythmic Osmosis
_inventory Platform 2016

Lime-in-aid: Prevention is the cure
_inventory Platform 2016

Domestic Violins
_inventory Platform 2016