Daniella Scozzari is an artist whose practice engages in the urban city and her personal relation to certain places or non-places, trying to understand the deep connection and reflection on our behaviors towards these places and what differentiates them between a domestic environment. She has worked with various objects that relate to the domestic and urban sphere, in order to draw upon a comparison.

The majority of Daniella’s influences focus on ideas about psycho-geography led by writers such as Iain Sinclair, Patrick Keiller and Guy Debord as she is interested in the personal and public depiction of London and the way in which we go about travelling in the city as system.



Daniella has made sculptures that act as handrails, intended to be placed around underground stations, appearing to behave dysfunctional in order to question the act of moving as we travel.

Group Works