Àngels Miralda is a writer and curator residing in Amsterdam and Barcelona. She describes her curatorial practice as a secret politics of materiality with the belief that materials contain embedded meanings, relating to global chains of extraction, trade, and industry. Her recent exhibitions have drawn on art historical research into Arte Povera, neo-materialisms, and the roots of Installation Art to create parallels between artists’ materials and planetary phenomena. She has organized exhibitions at the Tallinn Art Hall (Estonia), MGLC – International Centre for Graphic Arts (Ljubljana), Galerija Miroslav Kraljevic (Zagreb), the Museum of Contemporary Art of Chile (Santiago), Museu de Angra do Heroísmo (Azores), and the Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (Riga). Miralda is editor at Collecteurs and writes for Artforum, Echo Gone Wrong, A*Desk, and Arts of the Working Class among other publications and has written and edited publications with Phaidon Press (London), Lugemik (Tallinn), and AMU (Prague) among others.