Marinella Senatore
Exhibitions and events:
Writing about music, dancing about architecture

Marinella Senatore's artistic practice is rooted in public participation, initiating dialogues between history, culture and social structures. Rethinking the role of the artist as author and the public as recipient, Senatore’s work merges forms of protest, learning theatre, oral histories, vernacular forms, protest dance and music, public ceremonies, civil rituals and mass events, reflecting on the political nature of collective formations and their impact on the social history of places and communities.

Senatore's recent solo presentation include Centre Pompidou Paris, Kunsthalle St Gallen, MCA Santa Barbara, Castello di Rivoli, Nomas Foundation Rome, and she has taken part in biennials in Lyon, Liverpool, Göteborg, Athens, Havana, and Venice, as well as exhibitions at MAXXI Rome, Palais de Beaux Arts Brussels,


Marinella Senatore, Protest Bike, 2016
mixed media, Chopper bike, magaphones, sounds, flags, mixed media


Marinella Senatore, The School of Narrative Dance (The Grosse Parade Ebensee), 2015
print, Fine Art Print on Hahnemühle paper, 80×105cm


Marinella Senatore, Speak Easy Collage,
mixed media, Collage, acrylic and archive material on vegetable cardboard, 49.7×70cm


Marinella Senatore, How Do U Kill the Chemist, 2009
print, 20 C-Prints on paper, 60×40cm each