Chiara Dellerba is an artist based between the UK and Italy. Her work focuses on ecology, slow down and collective-care practices and their civic impact on society. She makes installations, interactive performances, collaborative-based works and books as toolkits to investigate the city, the environment and the future of our society. In 2017 she co-founded F-L-A-T-5, an interdisciplinary research space which explores domestic narratives and place making dynamics. In 2019, she founded Zona Planetaria, a research-based residency programme which promotes slowing down and contemplation as practices in which caring, resting, suspending can be reclaimed as political acts by and for everyone. Her work has been exhibited across different countries: Marilena Bonomo (Bari), Macro Museum (Rome), Alessandra Bonomo (Rome), Sara Zanin (Rome), Onetwentyeight gallery (New York), Kiyomiyamagishi (Nagano, Japan), Attenborough Arts Centre (Leicester), Mac (Birmingham), NAE (Nottingham), 58th Venice Biennale (Venice). Her current work is focused on the development of the Chimera Plantarium, a multidisciplinary investigation program on urban spontaneous plants and their contribution in rethinking and redesign public places.