Roberta Orlando develops her artistic research through video, photography, performance and sound.
A big part of her works is dedicated to social, cultural, environmental and political issues, human rights and equality in particular. For example, she works in defence of international human rights, raising awareness on the main LGBTI images worldwide through artistic research that considers discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
She obtains notable recognition at international level and she collaborates with major multimedia events worldwide. She works with visual and performative arts in Europe and beyond.
Recent exhibitions include: KUMU Art Museum (Tallinn, EE), Centre for Sex and Culture (San Francisco, US), Institute for Women and Art (Piscataway, US), Deutsches Historisches Museum (Berlin, DE), Kulturhuset Stadsteatern (Stockholm, S),
MACRO Testaccio (Rome, IT), LaMaMa Theatre (New York, US), ]Performance Space[ (London, UK), Maison des Arts du Grütli (Geneva, CH) and Labyrinth Gallery (Lublin, PL).