Beatrice Favaretto (Venice, 1992). In 2015 she graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice, in 2018 she obtained a MA in New Technologies for Cinema and Video Art at the Fine Arts Academy of Brera, Milan.

By using video as the main medium, her research crosses different languages such as independent publishing and archival photography, paying particular attention to issues related to the transience of the body and the experience of sexuality. Since 2019 her research has focused on the representation of sexuality and pornography in the contemporary society and on the use of the body as a tool for private and intimate activism.

Her recent exhibitions include: 2022, Nel paese delle ultime cose, curated by Caterina Taurelli Salimbeni, NAM-Not a museum, Florence; 2022, Poison Green, Gallerie di San Marco, Venice; 2022, Premio Artists’ Film Italia Recovery Fund curated by Lo Schermo dell'Arte, GAMeC, Bergamo; 2021, CLAMOR, Sala Santa Rita, Rome; 2021, Art City Bologna, curated by Caterina Molteni and Lorenzo Balbi, Cassero LGTBI+, Bologna; 2021, PRIME TIME, curated by Adrienne Drake, Ilaria Gianni and Maria Alicata, smART Foundation, Rome; 2019, Indistinct Borders, Cinema Giorgione, Venice.

In 2021 she is among the finalists of the first edition of the BiennaleCollegeArte curated by Cecilia Alemani and Marta Papini. In 2020 she won with The Pornographer the Artists' Film Italia Recovery Fund Award promoted by the Screen Dell'Arte; the work has entered the collection of the GAMeC of Bergamo; and was a finalist for the Ducato Prize 2020. Her residency projects include: 2022, SUPERBLAST 2, Manifattura Tabacchi, Florence; 2021/2022, Bevilacqua La Masa Foundation, Venice; 2019, CASTRO Projects, Rome.