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Federica Martini is an art historian and curator. She worked as curator at Castello di Rivoli Museum of Contemporary Art in Turin and at Musée cantonal de Beaux-Arts in Lausanne. Since 2009 she is a teacher and coordinator of MAPS – Arts in Public Spheres at ECAV University of Applied Arts of Canton Wallis in Sierre. She is the co-author with Vittoria Martini of “Just Another Exhibition: Stories and Politics of Biennials” (Milan 2011). She curated with Robert Ireland the book “Pavilions. Art in Architecture” (Brussels 2013). She is the curator of the Museum of Post Digital Cultures, founded with Elise Lammer in 2013 (www.postdigitalcultures.ch).