Diego del pozo barriuso

Diego del pozo barriuso in #ladécima

Diego del Pozo Barriuso works in various artistic fields: expanded sculpture, queer art, collaborative artistic practices, art and work, politics and affective economies. His work is often visually constructed from drawing; lines that delimit contours and cut out human silhouettes without interior color. His work is presented both edited in video format, on paper, creation of objects, drawn on walls or in sculptural installations and processes. With his characters he builds and creates situations and narrative episodes that question the viewer.

His works of art can be found in collections such as: Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid; CA2M in Móstoles (Community of Madrid);[14] MUSAC in León; CDAN in Huesca; DA2 Domus Artium 2002 in Salamanca; Martínez Guerricabeitia Foundation; Diputación De Huesca; Díaz Caneja Foundation; Junta de Castilla y León; Diputación de Valladolid and Caja Burgos.[3][15][16] He studies cultural and political processes oriented to the cultural and political processes in the field of art.

He studies the cultural and political processes oriented to provoke predetermined emotions and how these are programmed and standardized in our societies. He shows how affections and affective economies -hate, fear- question our identity and open the possibility of thinking about other subjectivities and other ways of being in the world. Thus, a good part of her motivations arise from the intersection of feminist, queer, intersectionality and also science.[3]

Aranda de duero festivities 2016

Diego del Pozo Barriuso works in various artistic fields: expanded sculpture, queer art, collaborative artistic practices, art and work, politics and affective economies. His work is often visually constructed from drawing; lines that delimit contours and cut out human silhouettes without interior color. His work is presented both edited in video format, on paper, creation of objects, drawn on walls or in sculptural installations and processes. With his characters he builds and creates situations and narrative episodes that question the viewer.

His works of art can be found in collections such as: Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid; CA2M in Móstoles (Community of Madrid);[14] MUSAC in León; CDAN in Huesca; DA2 Domus Artium 2002 in Salamanca; Martínez Guerricabeitia Foundation; Huesca Provincial Council; Díaz Caneja Foundation; Castilla y León Regional Government; Valladolid Provincial Council and Caja Burgos.[3][15][16] He studies cultural and political processes oriented to the cultural and political processes in the field of art.

He studies the cultural and political processes oriented to provoke predetermined emotions and how these are programmed and standardized in our societies. He shows how affections and affective economies -hate, fear- question our identity and open the possibility of thinking about other subjectivities and other ways of being in the world. Thus, a good part of her motivations arise from the intersection of feminist, queer, intersectionality and also science.[3]

X central american biennial

Diego del Pozo Barriuso works in various artistic fields: expanded sculpture, queer art, collaborative artistic practices, art and work, politics and affective economies. His work is often visually constructed from drawing; lines that delimit contours and cut out human silhouettes without interior color. His work is presented both edited in video format, on paper, creation of objects, drawn on walls or in sculptural installations and processes. With his characters he builds and creates situations and narrative episodes that question the viewer.

His works of art can be found in collections such as: Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid; CA2M in Móstoles (Community of Madrid);[14] MUSAC in León; CDAN in Huesca; DA2 Domus Artium 2002 in Salamanca; Martínez Guerricabeitia Foundation; Huesca Provincial Council; Díaz Caneja Foundation; Castilla y León Regional Government; Valladolid Provincial Council and Caja Burgos.[3][15][16] He studies cultural and political processes oriented to the cultural and political processes in the field of art.

He studies the cultural and political processes oriented to provoke predetermined emotions and how these are programmed and standardized in our societies. He shows how affections and affective economies -hate, fear- question our identity and open the possibility of thinking about other subjectivities and other ways of being in the world. Thus, a good part of her motivations arise from the intersection of feminist, queer, intersectionality and also science.[3]

Tormo, marín, jeleton… suposa tot açò una possibilitat?

His solo exhibitions include those held at the X Central American Biennial in San José, Costa Rica and Managua, Nicaragua (2016-2017), the Diputación de Huesca (2012), at the CAB in Burgos (2011), at the ECAT in Toledo (2009) and the DA2 in Salamanca (2006).

He has also participated in video programs, festivals and other projects in art centers such as: La Casa Encendida in Madrid, MACBA in Barcelona, CC Montehermoso in Vitoria/Gasteiz, Nikolaj Kunsthal in Copenhagen, Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin and in Paris at Jeu de Paume, Theatre Chatelet, Centre George Pompidou or the Palais de Tokyo among others.

His works of art are in collections such as: MNCARS Museo Reina Sofía; CA2M of Móstoles-Comunidad de Madrid; MUSAC of León; CDAN of Huesca; DA2 of Salamanca; Fundación Martínez Guerricabeitia; Diputación de Huesca; Fundación Díaz Caneja; Junta de Castilla y León; Diputación de Valladolid and Caja Burgos.

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