Alessandra Ferrini is a London-based artist, researcher and educator. Her work is engaged in questioning the legacies of Italian fascism and colonialism, with a focus on the Mediterranean region. Experimenting with the expansion and hybridization of the documentary film, she works across moving images and installation as well as dialogic, collaborative, editorial and pedagogic formats. Her work has been shown internationally, including at: Manifesta 13 Parallèles du Sud, Sharjah Film Platform, Istanbul Biennal collaterale, Museion Bozen, Lagos Biennial, Manifesta 12 Film Programme, Villa Romana, Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Centre for Contemporary Arts Glasgow, the 16th Rome Quadriennale. She was the recipient of the 2017 Experimenta Pitch Award at the London Film Festival and the 2018 Mead Residency at the British School at Rome. She is a PhD candidate at the University of the Arts London, and a Research Fellow at the British School at Rome and Archive Milan.