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Argentine, 1985

Valentina Díaz

Her work centers on the production of textiles and characters which give rise to performances where the relationship between the human and the machine, the emotional time and the time of a metronome, frequently appear in friction. The constructive pattern of the textile configures a score that guides the movements of each of the characters, while serving to explore diagrams associated with processes of varying complexity. Continuous translation operations, fictitious scenes and elements that reinforce the control mechanisms of the body, are part of the constructive system of understanding and passing through specific emotional states.

She studied Visual Arts in the Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina (2011) and participated in the Programa Educativo SOMA, Mexico City (2016-2017). She received a grant from Talleres de Producción y Seguimiento de Obra del Fondo Nacional de las Artes (2012-2014). She was awarded the Travel Grant of the Oxenford Collection (2015), the Prince Claus Fund Movility Prize (2017), the Beca Creación Fondo Nacional de las Artes (2017), and the Beca Roberts Escuela Flora (2019).

Among her major exhibtions are: /A Å Æ ) A( (Squash editions, Mexico City, Mexico, 2019), La habitación de la lengua o la lengua de la habitación (Museo Experimental el Eco, Mexico City, Mexico, 2018), El movimiento no está en la pantalla (SOMA Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico, 2018), ¿Dónde estoy cuando no estoy en la realidad o en mi imaginación? (Proyecto Satélite, Museo Tamayo, Mexico City, Mexico, 2017), Efecto Marea. La Urgencia del Vínculo (Salón Nacional de Arte contemporáneo, Museo de la Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Tucumán, Argentina, 2017), ¿Cómo hacer cosas con palabras? (Domicilio Conocido, Centro Cultural Tlatelolco, Mexico City, Mexico, 2016), Cráter (Subsuelo Fondo Nacional de las Artes, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2015).

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