Inanna Riccardi's practice revolves around the notions of memory and identity. She is interested in understanding how human relations and different kinds of social interactions within the family and in society shape personal identity. She is also fascinated by the investigation of memory and its continuous re-framing effect on national and transnational identity, and by how these dynamics in turn influence the definition of personal identity. Her working method is research based, and the application of her ethnographic skills and anthropological grounding plays a key role. She likes to create ad hoc installations which involve and engage the audience on various levels.