Isabela Indolfi is an independent curator and consultant for contemporary art. Since 2009 she has been developing and producing projects in collaboration with artists, institutions, festivals, galleries and museums.
She approaches contemporary art from the perspective of public, social, spatial and relational aspects.

In 2011 she founded, and still directs since then, the Biennale of Environmental Art SEMINARIA Sogninterra, winner project of Lazio Creative Award 2016. 

Between 2014 and 2016 she collaborated with relevant institutions as Romaeuropa Foundation, Palazzo Collicola Visual Arts and Cyland Media Art Lab in St. Petersburg.
Between 2016 and 2017 she curated Opera Celibe a trilogy of site specific installation in the SS Pietro e Paolo’s church in Spoleto, in occasion of “Festival dei Due Mondi”.
Sociological and Cultural studies have led her research to focus on art and technology. For this reason in 2017 she was invited by Goldsmiths University of London for a lecture on the theme "Media Art between audience and environment".

In 2017 she curated Thinking the unthinkable a project by the artist Donato Piccolo, a traveling exhibition opened at the State Hermitage Museum Youth Educational Center in St. Petersburg, later presented at the IFP Media Center in New York, then at the MaXXI Museum for Media Art Festival in Rome, at Royal Palace of Caserta and finally at Ca' Foscari University in Venice. 

In 2018 she co-curated the XI Cyfest in New York and St. Petersburg and curated, for the first time in Italy, the final stage at the Royal Palace of Caserta. She also co-curated the IV Media Art Festival in Rome at MAXXI Museum.