She was born in San Donà di Piave (Venice, Italy) in 1976.
Annalủ, graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice (1999), lives and works in her “palafitte” home by the river Piave in Passarella di San Donà di Piave, Venice. Since 2001 her works have been shown in numerous personal and collective exhibits in Italy and abroad, among them the Venice Biennale in 2001 and 2011. She has won several awards and mentions as “Zaha Hadid Salerno Biennal” in 2016 and she has been selected as Italian representative in the International collective exhibition at the Moya Museum in Vienna. Her artworks are on permanent show at MACS Catania, MIM Museum in Motion Piacenza, SDAI San Diego, Capitana da Mar Jesolo/Venezia. For several years she has been developing a sculpture and installation work in Italy and abroad.
A disciple of metamorphosis, intent on penetrating the mysteries of creation, the artist able to assemble incongruous elements such as resins and paper, bark and glass wool, bitumen and sand, cement and roots, in order to create new realities, worlds suspended and imaginary architecture where alchemy is lightness. Her work features deeply lyrical and evocative characteristics, but also a huge formal impact, with images of involving power and exalted symbolic allure.