Iulia Ghita was born in Oltenita, Romania, in 1986. She graduated the University of Arts from Bucharest in 2008 and the Academia di Belle Arti in Rome in 2011. Iulia’s work demonstrates a strong influence of installation design even in her drawings and paintings as well as in photography and video. Her interest lays in exploring the relationship/conflict/tension that forms as a result of the limits of human nature and the attempt to define that which is incomprehensible. 2019 “Life from herself (Understood)”, Alviani art Space, Pescara (IT), curated by Sabrina Vedovotto (solo show); “AUGUST Life from herself (Understood)’’, Studio Giudecca 860, Giudecca, Venezia (IT) (solo show); Tutto a posto tutto bene”, National Gallery of Cosenza, Cosenza (IT), curated by Camilla Brivio and Giacinto Di Pietrantonio; “Monocedonia”, Bocs Art, Cosenza (IT), curated by Giacinto Di Pietrantonio; “Vis-a-vis”, La Nube di Oort, Rome (IT), curated by Cristian Stanescu; 2018 ‘’The Exhibition in a little swimming pool’’, Atene (GR), curated by Lucia Bricco; 2017 ‘’Control Reversal’’, Palazzo Candiotti, Foligno (IT), curated by Carla Capodimonti, Marta Silvi; 2016 “twiner#4 – With or Without Wings” Ex Elettrofonica Lounges del Corpo rate Hospitality degli Internazionali BNL d’Italia, Foro Italico, Roma; “Latte”, La Nube do OOrt, Rome, text by Cecilia Casorati; “Étranger”, series of exhibitions on 94/2 Raffaello Avenue, Pescara; 2015 “Displacements. the trouble with being human these days”, ExElectrofonica, Rome; EBienale, Bucarest Biennial, Romania; “Silenzio per favore. 10 video d’artista attraversano l’Abruzzo” curated by Adina Pugliese, Aria Foundation; 3+2, Interno 14, Rome, curated by Donatella Landi; Projectroom artist in residence, Garden of Citrons Trees, Villa Doria Pamphili, Roma, curated by Lori Adragna; “NHome”, curated by Laura Angelucci e Lucia Bricco; “I am an being so wonderful” for MAAM Museum, Rome; 2013 “Nomad artists in city of art”, Ex Mattatoio-Testaccio, Rome, curated by Helia Hamedani; 2012 “Romance”, Temple Gallery, Rome, curated by Tiziana Musi; “ChrismasChrismas5″, Rome; House of Literature, Rome, “Premio Rome historic percent” Santacroce-Aldobrandini Palace, curated by Cecilia Casorati, third prize.