Berlin and Milan based artist Giulia Bruno works in photography and video. After her MA in Biology from the Univer-sità degli Studi in Milan, she studied Photography at CFP Bauer, and Filmmaking at Civica Scuola di Cinema Luchino Visconti, both in Milan. Her artistic and photographic research focuses mainly on the themes of technology, political and cultural activations, nature and language, and the contradictions that occur in the interaction between these areas. Her work investigates the folds of meaning existing between the artificial and natural landscape and the dif-ficult identification of the same in the contemporary material and abstract structure, with reference to the themes of climate change, the relationship between life and science, biodiversity and language, and the fractures that emerge. Her works have been presented internationally. Her film “Capital” won 1st prize at Visioni Italiane. In 2018 her artistic research on the theme of language as a technological act was selected for ArtReview’s Future Greats. She has been collaborating for many years with Armin Linke, with whom she recently developed the exhibition “Earth Indices” working with scientists of the Anthropocene Working Group for the Haus Der Kulturen Der Welt in Berlin. She teaches in the Silva System Studio at the Academy of Design in Eindhoven. Her latest work in collaboration with Paola Raheli, “Matar la Nube” exhibited in Mexico City with the support of the Italian Cultural Institute and Error, opens a first chapter of an artistic research that moves by observing the ambiguities and contradictions and recom-bined balances on the contemporary definition of Nature, agriculture and climate change in connection to the urban and ancestral landscape and the original creation of language, myths and its functions.