Angela Serino is a writer and curator based in Amsterdam who has worked with artists’ residencies in various roles – as curator of temporary residency projects (RedLight Art Amsterdam, 2008-2009), as part of the artistic committee of Kunsthuis SYB (2010-2015), and as curator in residency of several international programmes. She curated ‘Residencies as Learning Environments’, the international meeting for Artists-in-Residencies initiated by FARE (2015), and wrote on time and residencies for Kunstlicht’s ‘Unpacking Residencies’ issue (2018) and DutchCulture | TransArtists’ magazine ‘Station to Station’ (2022). She is the co-founder of ARRC, a collective that studies art residencies, with fellow researchers Pau Catà (Barcelona), Morag Iles (Newcastle), Miriam La Rosa (Melbourne) and Patricia Healy Mcmeans (Minneapolis).
She is interested in individual and collective moments of research, self-reflection and learning around residencies programs. She is currently working on her archive as a way to retrace and discuss ideas of care, time and artistic production.Angela Serino graduated (with laude) in Mass Communication at the University of Siena with a thesis on Interactivity in Art and attended the Curatorial Programme at de Appel art centre in Amsterdam.