Giada Fiorindi (Treviso, 1988) is an Italian artist and researcher with an expertise in the fields of illustration, graphic design, concept development, visual research and digital media. Her practice investigates rituals and symbolic gestures in times of cultural crisis. She is interested in the representation of institutional power as marketing strategies, the spirit of today’s disoriented nations and the shifting perception of ethical and political relevance in the prevailing social discourse. She received a BA in Graphic Design from IUAV University of Venice, Faculty of Design and Arts in 2011, and graduated with a Master in Visual Strategies from Sandberg Instituut of Amsterdam in 2014. Since 2010 she works also as freelance Illustrator.
Future projects will maintain her journalistic and anthropological framework focusing mainly on red tape’s obtrusion, ultimate representation of frauds and new hibrids of incongruity with traditional patterns enduring in a hyper-globalized world.

Among other experiences, Giada took part of a summer course at the Graphic Design Department of OTIS College of Art and Design (MFA) in Los Angeles, California and she has been invited as designer in residence at Vista Alegre Atlantis in Portugal last summer.