Cella is an artist working mainly in post-documentary photography, video, experimental film and with architectural projections. Her practice explores otherness, liminality and identity. It is driven by curiosity, loss, dislocation, longing, and questions of cultural identity, exploring the possibilities for living in liminality, and ideas about the location of “home” in terms of nostalgia and memory. Many projects share an attention to the built environment, specifically temporary architecture and ideas about the use of space. Selected exhibitions include the Museum of Modern Art, Salzburg, the Art Complex Museum, Boston and the Kitchen in New York. She holds an MFA in New Media and Cultural Studies from Vermont College. She was most recently Artist in Residence at Lingnan University Hong Kong.