Valentina Furian (Venice, 1989) mainly works with moving images. Her research focuses on the relationship between reality and fiction, positioning itself on the edge of this duality. Her work originates from the interspecific relationship between human and natural beings, by exploring the value of the wild in everyday life and animal and human domestication as a form of power. Her work has been presented in group and solo exhibitions including: 2021, Night shade, Farnesina-MAECI Collection with VOLUME Foundation!, Rome (solo); Auroras, Goyki3 Art Incubator, Sopot - PL (solo); Re-creatures, Mattatoio, Rome; Encounter of imagination, Pearl Art Museum, Shanghai – CN; Resisting the Trouble – Moving Images in Times of Crisis with Lo Screen dell'Arte, Florence; 2020, Cari cani, UNA gallery, Piacenza (solo). She has worked with institutional and experimental spaces as: Rencontres Internationales | Paris Berlin, IIC Paris (FR), Sunaparanta Center for Contemporary Art Goa, IIC Mumbai (IND), MAXXI- National Museum of 21st century arts of Rome, MUSE - Science Museum of Trento, MAMbo - Museum of Modern Art of Bologna, The Blank Contemporary Art - Bergamo, Francesco Fabbri Foundation - Treviso, Casa Capra - Vicenza, Chez PLINIO, Closed houses, Il Crevaccio, Careof , ViaFarini - Milan, Bevilacqua la Masa Foundation, Microclimate - Venice, Cinema Visionario - Udine (IT).