Gema Darbo is an art curator, a researcher and educator. Her practice emerges at the intersection of visual culture, digital humanities and curatorial knowledge. Recent Projects: Qualsevol Lloc/Anyplace at Centre d'Arts Santa Mònica, Barcelona; La Voltereta (The Somersault): Preview+Q&N with artist Mar Reykjavik at Cineteca Madrid; (crear) Situacions: Art i pensament participatiu. Curatorial training program at Centre d'Arts Santa Mònica, Barcelona; Readers e-flux: Support Bubble, compiled with curator Deniz Kirkali; Absent Audience: Practicing Terminology. Talk and workshop in collaboration with the Sixtyeight Art Institute and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen; Interview Fabra i Coats, Barcelona; Curatorial residency granted in Barcelona & MadridMatadero Centre for Artists in Residence, LOOP Festival, Fabra i Coats and Centre d’Arts Santa Mònica; Absent Audience Conference, Goldsmiths University of London; Interview [ANTI]MATERIA Cámara de Maravillas, México DF; Photobook Ruta 234, published by Ministerio de Cultura y Deportes, Madrid; Diffractions Without Organs at Nan Studios, London. Voice is Open Source at Tate Exchange, Tate Modern, London; Tocar el Pueblo Sala Cuarto Espacio, Zaragoza. Previously: I coiniciated Widephoto, a non-profit collaborative and collective curatorial platform focused on learning, exchange and debate about contemporary photography. Projects with WP include: Photobook Live at Centre Contemporary Culture of Barcelona; The Online Photobook Club at Foto Colectania, Barcelona; Babá Khumú Ta Tá at Wer-Haus Gallery, Barcelona; Geology of the Ineffable, Can Felipa Visual Arts Open Call, Barcelona.

She is currently studying  an M.Res in Advanced Practices at Goldsmiths, University of London.
She holds an MA in Contemporary Photography Practices and Philosophies at Central Saint Martins, London.