Giuliana Storino was born in Manduria (Ta) in 1986.
Visual artist, active on the national and international scene.        She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Brera Visual Arts, specializing in painting.
She is teaching artistic Anatomy and Design Methodology at the Academy of Fine Arts in Brera.
She taught iconography and anatomic design morphology and dynamics of form at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence. She lives and works in Milan.
Time is At the root of her research, between the word and the form that investigates from atmospheric dust , in the alchemical process of matter: water and soil, balance and swing, through which she materializes Arabesques and Clearings, forms of energy, captured in the moment of their changing. Today her research looks at the changing body in the light of new technologies; observing the transformation mechanisms of the cognitive and social activities of contemporary man, she explores the perceptive logic of the image of the body, converting it to a new matrix of belonging.Experimenting with materials and different languages interweaves space and time, image, and illusion, landscape and sound, body and architecture, questioning the human feelings.
Among the latest exhibitions dedicated to her there are:
L'arabesco del tempo, (2018) curated by Giacinto Di Pietrantonio, Villa Brandolini, Pieve di Soligo (Treviso);  
Dialogue with Yinchuan: China-Italy International Engraving Exhibition, (2018) Yin Chuan Museum of Contemporary Art, the Institute of Engraving of China, National Academy of Painting and the Municipality of YinChuan.
Finalist at Premio Francesco Fabbri (2018) sezione Fotografia contemporanea, a cura di Carlo Sala, Treviso