Daniela Cotimbo is an art historian and independent curator based in Rome. Her research is focused on the problematic issues of the present, investigated through different means of expression, in particular new technologies. In 2018 she founded the Re:Humanism cultural programme focused on the relationship between contemporary art and artificial intelligence. Daniela has curated exhibitions in several galleries, museums and festivals, including the MAXXI, Aksioma, La Capella, Cosmo Venezia, AlbumArte, Colli Independent, Operativa Arte Contemporanea and the Romaeuropa Festival. She writes for numerous contemporary art magazines, such as Inside Art, Artribune, Flash Art and NERO, and has curated or participated in several panels organised by various institutions. In 2021, she co-founded Erinni, a curatorial collective that combines transfeminism and media languages. Since 2022, she has been a lecturer on “Theory and method of mass media” and “Modern Art History” at the RUFA – Rome University of Fine Arts.