Elisabetta Rattalino is an art historian, currently Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the research team of the project “Written in the Landscape. Places, traces and memories of the World War I in the Sexten Dolomites”, for which she curated with Waltraud Kofler Engl the exhibition “Scritto nel paesaggio / In die Landschaft eingeschrieben”. Her research engages with artistic practices, and visual and design cultures from 1945 to present day, with a focus on rural environments and landscapes, especially in Italy. Her work has been supported by CIMA – Centre for Italian Modern Art (New York), the Margaret and Alfred Forrest Trust (Edinburgh) and the Master dei Talenti della Società Civile (Turin). Elisabetta holds a PhD from the School of Art History of the University of St Andrews (2018), and she was a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Free University of Bolzano as part of the project “Scientific Visualisation: Impact on Practice” (2018-2021).