Andrea Martucci (Born 1994, Detroit, MI) earned her BFA in photography with a minor in sculpture from The College for Creative Studies. She received her MFA from The International Center of Photography at Bard in 2019. Working in photography, sculpture, video and text, she explores the redefinition of selfhood in the wake of trauma, frequently addressing themes of gender-based inequality and violence. Martucci has worked in art education institutions such as The Detroit Public School System and Oakland University, as well as with art spaces such as The Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, and The Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography. She works in New York as an art installer for institutions such as A.I.R Gallery, the Gallatin Galleries, and the International Center of Photography. She also does freelance fabrication for clients including Matthew Barney Studio and Nayland Blake. Martucci lives and works in Brooklyn.