Costanza Meli, art historian, lecturer and independent curator, born in Palermo in 1979, lives and works between Fontecchio (AQ) and Rome. In 2007 she founded, together with Barbara D’Ambrosio, the association Isole (Palermo), of which she is president and co-curator. With the association she realizes a research path that connects the themes of public art to the culture of the territory, intended as material, landscape and immaterial heritage, which is linked to the memory of places and their narration.
From 2011 to 2013 she participated in the project of constitution of the Museum of Migration of Lampedusa, coordinated by Prof. Giuseppe Basile, at the Municipality of Lampedusa: project dedicated to the collection, study and preservation of objects belonging to migrants and found on the island.
She is a consultant in the projects of the DGCC of the Ministry of Culture: Art in public spaces, for the website “Luoghi del contemporaneo” (2019) and Arte e spazio pubblico (2021), organized by the Foundation School of Cultural Heritage and Cultural Activities and DGCC.