Deborah Ligorio is an Italian artist and designer based in Berlin.
Her art practice brings together technological, ecological and feminist approaches. She was awarded the 15th Quadriennale di Roma Young Art Prize (2008), and Italian Studio Program: Fondo Speciale Italre - GAI (2004). International residencies include: FPAC (Palermo 2011), MAK Schindler (Los Angeles 2003), OMI International Arts Center (Ghent, New York 1998).
Her works have been shown and performed in events, group and solo exhibitions at institutions including: Urbane Künste Ruhr am Standort Silbersee II (2021), Savvy Contemporary (Berlin 2017), Neue Nationalgalerie (Berlin 2014), ICA (London 2013), Hangar Bicocca (Milan 2009), Manifesta7 (2008), Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo (Turin 2007). Her book Survival Kits, was published by Sternberg Press (2013).
She has been teaching block seminars at SFSIA (Berlin 2017), and University of Cologne, Institut für Kunst (2019). Deborah Ligorio is running the projects DadaAda (since 2015) and [The Eponym] (since 2014).