Born in Salerno, Italy, Grazia Gallo is an artist currently based in The Hague, The Netherlands.
Her practice focuses on collecting and assembling mostly found objects and materials, transforming them into new sculpture-installations. Her work plays with color, form and structure, aiming to create a dialogue between the various materials. Her intention is to re-use materials that are normally thrown away after being used, in order to highlight their simple beauty. Picking household objects, or building construction materials, she makes a direct link with daily life. The result is a universal language easy to be understood for the viewer. In other words, her work points to the lost identity of the objects, as similar to the alienation of the human in relation to modern society.
Currently part of a master program in fine art at Piet Zwart institute in Rotterdam.