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 regularly works as curator for artists and private galleries, as well as consulting for charities, foundations and public institutions on accessible, inclusive and socially-engaged arts; collaboration with STEM subjects as well as participatory and interactive contemporary practices.

Avid for interdisciplinary encounters whilst privileging face to face encounters, Linda initiated this site as space for further discussion and informal debate.