Ludovica Gioscia (b 1977, Rome) uses a wide variety of materials, including custom-made wallpaper, papier-mâché, ceramics and fabric. Mining resources from fashion to physics, the personal and the historic, Gioscia layers cultural debris, emulating a non-linear methodology made possible by the digital revolution. Her accumulations of source material from the past and the present are constantly being recycled, dis- and re-assembled, in a process that she calls the “infinite present.” Gioscia has participated in international solo and group shows including South London Gallery, London, MNAC, Bucharest, and Fundació Miró, Barcelona. Recent solo exhibitions include 'The Tenderness of Insects'. Vitrine Gallery, Basel 2019, “Infinite Present” at Baert Gallery in Los Angeles, 2019, POP THERAPY. Lo spirito rivoluzionario delle figurine Fiorucci curated by Diana Baldon and Francesca Fontana, Museo della Figurina, Modena 2019.