Catanzaro’s art focuses on encouraging public participation, making use of horizontal and equitable educational methods. Her installations feature a variety of different media in order to form a dialogue between the various parts and stay true to the collaborative models on which her works are based. In 2010 she moved to Palestine, where she taught Practical Research at the International Art Academy of Palestine in Ramallah and started work on a long-term group project, Bait al Karama, in the city of Nablus. She is currently a postgraduate student at the Social Sculpture Research Unit at Oxford Brookes University. Her work has featured at various international institutions, including the Al-Mamal Foundation, Jerusalem (2012), Cittadellarte‒Fondazione Pistoletto (2010), Mart, Rovereto (2007); Land Art Biennial, Mongolia (2009), and Espai d’Art Contemporani de Castelló, Spain (2008).