Lucia Fabio is an independent curator. She has a MA at USC in the Art & Curatorial Practices in the Public Sphere Program and a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Painting & Drawing and Sculpture. While in Chicago, she opened mini dutch: a gallery which she ran out of her apartment for two years and focused on showing works in progress and site-specific installation. Near the end of mini dutch, she initiated Walk-In Pantry a food program where she invited people from the community to come and cook in her kitchen.

Recently, she has started another domestic exhibition space in her 1910 California Bungalow entitled, The Homer Project. She is about to launch a new program at Heritage Square Museum where contemporary artists are invited to interact with the historical institution.

Fabio is interested in the rituals people undertake in specific spaces. How those spaces affect the individual, and how the individual affects the space and others. It is the personal relationships between people and objects that sheds light on what it means to be human. The personal is always political.

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