b. 1986, NJ, USA
Lives and works in MA, USA


MFA, Studio Art, University of California Davis, 2012

BFA, Fine Art, University of Delaware, 2010

BA, Art History, University of Delaware, 2010


2022 Material Imagination: variation on a theme, Roll Along the Rail Trail Event , Cheshire, MA

2022 The Time Warp, Hollywood on Ice, Vietnam Veterans Ice Rink, North Adams, MA

2021 Material Imagination, Berkshire Art Week, Dance on North, Persip Park, Pittsfield, MA

2020 Bathtub Office Hours, online performance series, Youtube & Facebook Live

2020 Can You Hear Yourself Close Your Eyes? performance w/ Matt Runciman,
Deiglan Gallery/ Gilfélagið, Akureyri, Iceland

2019 Can You Hear Yourself Close Your Eyes? performance w/ Matt Runciman,
Samkomuhúsið, Grundarfjörður, Iceland

2019 New Works, Common Folks Series, w/ Matt Runciman, HiLo, North Adams, MA

2019 Inner Alchemy, w/ Matt Runciman, Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, NJ

2019 The Conjuring of Glacial Lake Missoula, UM Gallery of Visual Arts, Missoula, MT

2019 Post Apocalyptic Figure Skating, performance, Downtown Missoula First Friday, Missoula, MT

2019 Stable Conversations, Chateau Orquevaux, France

2019 International Conversations, NES, Skagaströnd, Iceland

2018 He Spoke Sound, I Spoke Movement, w/ Matt Runciman, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT

2017 Who’s Afraid of the New Now, with Linda Mary Montano, New Museum, NYC

2017 POP RALLY: PAST SKIN, with Jillian Mayer, MoMA PS1, LIC, NYC

2017 Artexpo New York 2017, Pier 94, NYC

2017 Art Mystery Theater, Holy Apostle Gallery, Chelsea, NYC

2017 The Set presents Artists of NYC, performance, Lovecraft, LES, NYC

2017 Process, juried group show, Pierre DuPont Gallery, Wilmington, DE

2016 The Division of Mound Exploration, with 181 collective, Vicki Projects, Newburgh, NY

2016 Additive, juried group show performance, Chris White Gallery, Wilmington, DE


2022 Evidence of a Presence, Natural Bridge State Park, North Adams, MA

2021 Evidence of a Presence, Natural Bridge State Park, North Adams, MA

2019 New Works, w/ Matt Runciman, Menningarhús Tjarnarborg, Ólafsfjörður, Iceland

2019 The Shimmering Path, with Matt Runciman, Rösk Rými, Akureyri, Iceland


2022 Lost and Found, Left Bank Gallery, Bennington, VT

2021 Without Borders, Art Spot Korin, Kyoto, JPN

2021 Haunting, Left Bank Gallery, Bennington, VT

2021 Llano Earth Arts Festival (virtual conference/exhibition), Ilano, TX

2021 Without Borders, Elysium Gallery Swansea City Centre, Wales, UK

2020 Contagion, Left Bank Gallery, Bennington, VT

2019 Storage Space, as part of Imaginary Collective, undisclosed location

2019 Open Studios, group show, The Studios at MASSMoCA, North Adams, MA

2019 Translating Place, selected group show, Univ. of Montana Gallery of Visual Arts, Missoula, MT

2019 Process, selected group show, Brunswick Gallery, Missoula, MT

2019 Opið Hús, group show, NES, Skagaströnd, Iceland

2019 Skammdegi Mid-Winter Festival, selected group show, Lísthus, Ólafsfjörður, Iceland

2018 Culture Club (Part 4), with Rudolf Lingens, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston, MA


2021 New North Adams Project Grant

2020 Rapid Response North Adams Artist Impact Coalition Grant

2019 ArtAk 350, Grundarfjörður, Iceland

2019 The Studios at MASS MoCA, North Adams, MA, partial merit based funding

2019 Open AIR, Missoula, MT, full funding + stipend

2019 Chateau D’Orquevaux AIR, Orquevaux, France, awarded Artist Scholarship

2019 NES Artist Residency, Skagaströnd, Iceland

2018 Listhus, Ólafsfjöður, Iceland, SKAMMDEGI AiR + FESTIVAL,

2018 Vermont Studio Center, Johnston, VT, July AIR, partial merit based funding


2021 Rosetti Rivera. Brussels Express. When Snow Turns into Art: 7 Snow Masterpieces From Around the World.

2021 Christopher Marcisz. Berkshire Eagle. This Artist Sees The Snow Like a Giant Sheet Of Paper.

2021 Matt Ristaino. Spectrum News. Berkshire Artist Creates Art Display in the Snow. .

2020 Phil Zminda. Boston Art Review, issue 5. Invisible and Imaginary: The Art Exhibition No One Saw.

2019 Listamenn í heimsókn. Leikskólinn Sólvellir. December 2019.

2019 OPEN AIR: Artist in Residents. The Missoulian. July 2019 Sunday Feature.

2019 Hello Darkness, My Old Friend. NJ STAGE Magazine. July 2019 Feature.


2019 Artist Presentation, NES Artist residency, Skagaströnd, Iceland

2018 Artist Presentation, Listhús Gallery, Ólafsfjörður, Iceland

2018 Artist Presentation, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT

2016 Yelena Gluzman & Matvei Yankelevich(eds). Emergency Index, vol. 6. Ugly Duckling Presse.

2012 Visiting Artist Presentation, Harford Community College, Bel Air, MD

2012 Mel Ramos: Naked v Nude, with Blake Stimson, Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA


Danielle Galietti is an interdisciplinary performance and video artist. She received an MFA (2012) in Studio Art at the University of CA Davis and a BA (2010) in Modern/Contemporary Art History at the University of Delaware. Danielle is an active artist in the Imaginary Collective, and performs internationally alongside musicians, poets, singers, etc undermthe moniker The Bull and Arrow. Danielle was a live performer in a work by Linda Mary Montana for “Who’s Afraid of the New Now' at the New Museum (NYC) as well as a live performer for Jillian Mayer’s POP RALLY at PS1 MoMA (NYC). Since 2018 she was awarded Artist Residencies at The Studios at MassMoCA (USA), Vermont Studio Center(USA), OPEN AIR Missoula(USA), The Chateau Orquevaux (France), NES (Iceland), ARTAK350 (Iceland), and Listhus (Iceland). Some of her work has been acquired for private collections and recently had a performance video purchased and featured on Iceland’s Tourism Board for the northern town of Ólafsfjörður. In January of 2020 she premiered “Can You Hear Yourself Close Your Eyes” in Akureyri, the second largest city in Iceland.


Danielle Galietti is an interdisciplinary artist whose work explores the social, biological, and spiritual dimensions of embodiment. Her practice exists at the intersection of movement, dance, and sport through performance, video, photography, and mark-making. As a former competitive USFSA figure skater, Galietti interrogates the nature of aesthetic sports (ballet, figure skating, gymnastics, cheerleading, synchronized swimming, etc.) through feminist and anti-capitalist lenses. Informed by her current practice as a yoga instructor, she creates work that attempts to reconcile biological anatomy with mysticism and spirituality. Galietti investigates themes of myth, neuroscience, trauma, language, and coercion within capitalist and patriarchal frameworks as she seeks to examine the invisible social structures, mental models, and energies that shape our embodied perspective.