Online Conversation with Ad Minoliti (2020)
Video (31.30): Video (31.30): Alberta Romano, the curator of Kunsthalle Lissabon, joins artist Ad Minoliti for an online conversation about the exhibition Nave Vermelhe and her creative practice of creating non-gendered spaces and deconstructing the ‘white cube’. The conversation is part of the 2020’s edition of the Lisbon Art Weekend.
About the Artist
‘Ad Minoliti (Buenos Aires, 1980) lives and works in Buenos Aires. Minoliti makes experimental installations around geometry and abstraction that encompass art history, architecture, queer feminism, childhood, animalism, and speculative fiction. AM looks for a non-binary geometry where gender theories are applied to pictorial language using collage and mixed media. They earned a BFA from the National Academy of Fine Arts Pueyrredón, Argentina. She was an agent at the Artistic Investigation Center of Argentina since 2009, the year in which they also founded the group PintorAs, a feminist collective of Argentinian painters. Besides he has won more than seven awards in her country, and he has received grants from the Ministry of Culture of Argentina, the Metropolitan Fund for the Arts of Buenos Aires, and Mexico’s FONCA Conaculta, among others. Their work has been exhibited at galleries, institutions, and museums in Los Angeles, Puerto Rico, London, San Francisco, Berlin, Paris, Mexico, New York, Japan, Brazil, Peru, Spain, Ireland, Bolivia, Chile, Austria, among other countries. She participated in the Bienal del Mercosur in Porto Alegre, the Aichi Triennale, Front Cleveland Triennal, and the 2019 Venice Biennale.’ – Kunsthalle Lissabon (2020)
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Video (1:24.00): Queer Deco with Argentinean Artist Ad Minoliti