Silvia Hell’s work takes the form of sculpture, photography, site-specific installations, digital processes and interdisciplinary projects. Her research unfolds via actions and ways of thinking, establishing forms of tension through methods ranging from the conventional objectivity of the point of reference to original models for the presentation and formalisation of reality. Her interest lies in analysing and processing various languages, information and public data. Hell completed her studies in painting at the Brera Academy in Milan. Since 2011 she has been active with the interdisciplinary project Cose Cosmiche. Her work has been featured in numerous exhibitions and events including: MAXXI – Museo Nazionale delle Arti del XXI secolo, Roma (2022); Centro Trevi – Trevilab, Bolzano (2022); Galleria Milano, Milan (2022); Studio Tommaseo, Trieste (2022); Galleria Civica di Bressanone (2022); Kunstraum München (2021); Triennale, Milan (2020); FuturDome, Milan (2020); Festival Transart19, Museion, Bolzano (2019); A+B Contemporary Art, Brescia (2018); Deutsche Bank, Frieze London; Kunstverein München (2017); Museum of Contemporary Art Rijeka; CCI Fabrika, Moscow (2016); Progettoborca, Dolomiti Contemporanee (2015); Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Lissone (2014); Museo Pecci Milan (2013); Alert Studio, Bucharest; Prague Biennale 5 (2012).