Biography

Marina Rosso (1985, Udine) is an Italian artist who explores the boundaries of science and bioethics with photography and video. She focuses on the way human beings are affected by science, on how society changes following new discoveries and on the ethical questions raised by scientific breakthroughs.

After getting a bachelor’s degree in Architecture, she moved to Berlin to attend the photo school Ostkreuzschule fuer Fotografie und Gestaltung. In 2012 she enrolled the artist residency at FABRICA, the Benetton’s communication research center. During this period she collaborated as image/story researcher for Colors Magazine and as photo editor for several editorial projects; she worked as well on the photo project The Beautiful Gene which focuses on the possible effects of artificial insemination on human kind.

Her work has been shown and published internationally including Athens Photo Festival, Athens (2019); Fondazione Francesco Fabbri, Pieve di Soligo (2018); IAAD, Bologna (2017); Triennale Milano, Milan (2017); Fotografia Europea, Reggio Emilia (2017); Landskrona Foto Festival, Landskrona (2017); Photoville, New York (2015); Galleria dell’Immagine, Rimini (2015); Officine Fotografiche, Rome (2015); Lodz Fotofestiwal, Lodz (2015); Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia Leonardo da Vinci, Milan (2014); FotoLeggendo, Rome (2014) and Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin (2014). She has been published in different newspapers and magazines such as The Sunday Times Magazine, IL sole 24 ore, Internazionale, Amica, Corriere Innovazione and NY Times Lensblog among others.

She is based between Udine and Milan.