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Florence Martellini

United Kingdom

Florence Martellini's professional expertise lies in building and managing in a wide variety of sectors complex projects and partnerships, research studies and funding administration across Europe. This experience has involved managing international teams virtual and face-to-face, organising and delivering high profile projects and working with people from all walks of life, backgrounds and professional levels.
In addition, building on her Master in fine art thesis, she is interrogating what visual art can tell us about human consciousness in an intercultural perspective, starting with the hypothesis that 1) consciousness, as a neurological determinant, is a microevolution and responds contingently; 2) art is the mirror of consciousness.
She is a Member of the Leonardo Reviews Panel and a Director on the board of Ballet Cymru, a very innovative and forward looking Welsh ballet company. In parallel to pursuing her research project and to inform it, she continues managing projects/partnerships, which involve artists, designers and their agents on an international scale.

Journal Articles:
Leonardo Reviews

Beyond Contemporary Art by Etan Jonathan Ilfeld. Vivays Publishing, London, U.K., 2012. 240 pp. Paper. ISBN: 978-1-908126-22-1

February 2014
Leonardo Reviews

700 Artists' Processes by Maxime Chanson; foreword by Alexandre Quoi. Les presses du reel, Dijon, France, 2013. 94 pp. Trade. ISBN: 9782916067889

June 2014
Leonardo Reviews

Dans l'atelier de l'art Expériences Cognitives by Mario Borillo. Champ Vallon, Seyssel, France, 2010, 284 pp. Paper. ISBN: 978-2-87673-507-1

October 2011
Leonardo Reviews

Bauhaus Dream-house—Modernity and Globalization by Katerina Rüedi Ray. Routledge, New York, NY, 2010. 228 pp. Paper. ISBN: 978-0-415-47582-2

April 2012