ANN DINGLI ART/DESIGN WRITING

LONDON BASED WRITER & EDITOR

Ann is an independent art and design writer and editor with an education background in Art History and Design Criticism. Following a decade in full-time communication roles, she has been writing remotely from London, New York and Malta since 2016.

IN PRACTICE

Ann works with globally renowned design and architecture studios, including Adjaye Associates and dRMM, positioning language as an integral part of the design process. Her work for dRMM's newly launched website formed part of a longlisted entry at the 2021 Dezeen Media Awards, under the 'Architecture Website of the Year' category, and was shortlisted in the Copy Writing category at the Archiboo Media Awards 2021.

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Ann inside Comet Street Studio, dRMM

Image © Alex de Rijke, dRMM

IN PRINT

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Ann writes for publications on art, architecture, design and culture. In the UK architectural press, she was the first writer to report on the formation of the Architects Climate Action Network (ACAN), an independent activist and knowledge sharing group that has expanded to international scope. 

 

Ann has edited and contributed to books on design and art, including Dar L-Ewropa, 2009; Modernist Malta, 2009; Please, Don’t Be a Dick, 2014; V001, 2019 and the exhibition catalogue for fuse, a site-specific art project delivered by the Valletta Cultural Agency. Ann copyedits for the Artpaper and Market Cafe Mag, and is writer and editor for Valletta Contemporary, a contemporary art gallery based in Valletta, Malta.

CURATION &
SPECIAL PROJECTS

In 2019, Ann opened a photography and text-based exhibition titled The Spaces that Connect Us, examining the social constructs of an internetless society in rural America. In summer 2020, she curated Other Places, a watercolour exhibition featuring thirteen works by Malta-based artist Sebastian Tanti Burlò. This year Ann curated and wrote the exhibition catalogue for The Archetype Series, a solo sculpture show featuring the work of multi-disciplinary artist Norbert Francis Attard.