A teacher, somebody who taught me the importance and difficulties of taking care of something that is other-than-self, once told me: “Be careful with each other, so we can be dangerous together.”


I am an Italian art worker and designer. I received a BA in Design and Art at the Free University of Bolzano (IT) and an MA in Photography & Society at the Royal Academy of Arts, The Hague (NL). Since 2022 I’ve been part of the feminist radio collective Radio Echo.

In 2023 I curated the artist-led exhibition In Times of Trouble We Dream with Open Eyes at the Grey Space in the Middle, The Hague. The same year, my critical review for the exhibition Peer To Peer: UK/HK 2022 was selected by the jury for Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool. In 2022 I co-curated the exhibitions (Un)documented Migration at Amare, and Countercurrents at Bunker at Waterkant, The Hague. In 2020 I worked with the curatorial duo BAU (Lisa Mazza and Simone Mair) as assistant and graphic designer. In 2019 I collaborated as a cultural mediator for the contemporary art museum Museion, in Bolzano, IT

Beatrice Cera is an art worker, curator, and designer who lives in The Hague. Since all forms of life on this planet are interconnected, moving towards a radical manifestation of care feels crucial to her. In her works, she takes the stance of a collective practice as a process to foster political responsibility.