She graduated as a National Art Professor from the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes Prilidiano Pueyrredón. She studied sculpture with Nicola Costantino and also participated in Diana Aisenberg’s art clinic and the Kuitca Scholarship/Universidad Torcuato di Tella. She obtained numerous grants from the Fondo Nacional de las Artes, Fundación Antorchas, Centre National d’Art Plastique and obtained the Braque Muntref first prize.
Since 2002, she has created exhibits and installations, including Biodelica (Galería Ruth Benzacar, 2018), EsquizoPicnic (Reina Sofía Museum, 2018), Séance Liminoïde (Palais de Tokyo, 2016), Strabisme Interne (Galerie d’Art Contemporain Bendana-Pinel, 2016); Interzone (Arcus Studio, Ibaraki, Japan, 2014).
She also participated in the following residencies: Le Magasin (Grenoble, France, 2017); FRAC Lorraine (Fonds Régional d’Art Contemporain. 2016); Plataforma Internacional para la Creación en Teatro Musical (Goethe Institut, Buenos Aires, 2015); Cité Internationale des Arts (Paris, France. 2015); Paradise Air (Matsudo, Japan. 2015); Arcus Studio (Ibaraki, Japan. 2014); Backers / Art Initiative (Tokyo, Japan, 2009).
Emilio Bianchic (Montevideo - Uruguay, 1990)
Bianchic works with video, performance and false nails. His work examines the generation of identities and their production and incompetence in the real and virtual worlds.
His most relevant exhibits include Oh la la, (Postmasters Gallery, New York 2018) FNORNRNO (Miami, Bogota, 2017), Serpentine Gallery Marathon (Serpentine Gallery, London, 2013).
Legend has it that in the immensity of the Pampa flatlands, under the shade of an Ombú, a hidden water spring joins the Erkian infraworld with the basin of the Amazonas river, a universe of underground tunnels that leads to the Enchanted Citadel where the winged dolphins live with other forms of marine life.
A subconscious spreads through the continent. From La Pampa to other forests in distant latitudes, the same stories are repeated, describing how the winged dolphins are capable of adopting the shape of humans to kidnap people in the middle of their dreams and take them to their citadels. Once captive, they experiment all types of transformations, sometimes even reaching their dissolution. Ronquidos oceánicos revisits this legend to invent its own mysterious cult, in the wake-dream state of a long, shared nap.