Teresa Sciberras is a visual artist working mainly in painting, drawing and collage. She was born in Ibadan, Nigeria, and studied at the University of Malta, Santa Reparata International School of Art in Florence and Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen. She is one of the 13 artists selected by Bettina Hutschek and Raphael Vella for the Malta Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale. Previous exhibitions include Bodyless (Malta Maritime Museum, 2016); Hortus Conclusus (with Fragmenta Malta, 2016); Good Walls Make Good Neighbours (Valletta International Visual Arts Festival, 2015); Little White Lies (The National Museum of Fine Arts, Valletta, 2012); A New Generation (Malta Contemporary Art Foundation, 2010); the Biennale des Jeunes Createurs d’Europe et de la Mediterranee (Skopje, 2009); Research: RSA Awards in Focus (The Royal Scottish Academy, 2009) and New Contemporaries (The Royal Scottish Academy, 2008). Her work is held in public and private collections in Malta, the UK, the States, Brussels, Italy, France and Germany. She currently lives and works in Malta and teaches at the MCAST Institute for the Creative Arts and at the University of Malta.