Sofia Cianciulli is a multi-disciplinary body artist from Florence, Italy. Cianciulli grew up surrounded by the sexual innuendo of Renaissance art and later was influenced by the individualism and diversity of feminism in New York. After completing her MA in fine art at Central Saint Martins, she was shortlisted for the Ingram Prize. Cianciulli combines painting, performance, digital media, and augmented reality to consider the female body in the post-feminist media age. Her work reflects on the entangled and co-dependent nature of millennials and the internet, responding with absolute transparency to modern narrative conventions that are an inextricable part of her reality. Cianciulli confronts themes of sexuality, identity deconstruction, and body commodification in digital culture. Through self-portraits, which are conceptual representations of modern practices, she triggers a confrontation with idealized representations of identity.