Alda Terracciano is a visual artist, curator, director, and activist with a particular interest in creating tangible experiences using mediums such as moving image, sound, and interactive multisensory technologies. She holds an MA in Art, Design and Visual Culture from London Guildhall University and a PhD in Theatre History from Università di Napoli “L’Orientale” and Middlesex University.
Alda has exhibited her installation work at venues such as Tate Modern (London), Museum of World Culture (Gothenburg), and CHI 2017 (Denver), as well as showcasing her films and moving image in several festivals including LIFT, the Festival of Human Rights, and Aperture Festival. In 2010 she set up Aldaterra Projects to promote dialogue between different cultures, foster the exploration of new and hybrid artistic practices, and engage with discursive and visual representations to do with cross-cultural identities in Britain. In 2012 she premiered her multisensory installation Street of… 7 cities in 7 minutes during the London Olympic Games and in 2017 her immersive installation Zelige Door on Golborne Road, which toured internationally.