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The Brain of the Planet, 2016

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21 x 30 cm
8.27 x 12 in






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1974 , Spain

Lorena Amorós Blasco (Alicante, 1974) has a PhD in Fine Arts from the Polytechnic University of Valencia (2004). She was awarded the “First Prize Doctoral Thesis” by the Institute of Culture Juan Gil -Albert of Alicante. She is currently a lecturer and researcher at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Murcia, where she has taught both at the undergraduate degree and in the Máster Universitario en Producción y Gestión Artística since 2005. She has coordinated seminars such as Ceci est mon corps... Ceci est monlogiciel: Orlan y la experiencia de la carne”, in the "Centro de Documentación de Estudios Avanzados de Arte Contemporáneo", CENDEAC (Murcia, 2006), and taught courses such as “La experiencia de la representación: Concepto poliédrico de la identidad en la práctica artística contemporánea” at the UPV of Valencia (2009). She has been part of research projects such as "Políticas de Identidad en el imaginario artístico contemporáneo" (Fundación Séneca, 2009). Her work, linked to artistic practice and aesthetic theory has focused on showing other ways of reflection on the link between self-representation and self-destruction based on a multidisciplinary and contemporary vision. She is the author of Abismos de la mirada. La experiencia límite en el autorretrato último (Cendeac, Murcia, 2005) and articles like Ante la bofetada de lo real” published in Revista de Occidente in 2006. Her work as an artist has been present in several exhibitions such as Reliquias desentrañables, MUBAM 2010; Mi familia es un tesoro, in Fundación José García Jiménez (Murcia 2010) or Cartografías de la creatividad (Spain, Dominican Republic and Cuba, 2010-2011).

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Salamanca, C / Arco, 11

The Adora Calvo Gallery was founded in Madrid in 1992. Later the gallery moved in 2004 to Salamanca in Calle San Pablo, 66. Finally, in April 2013, it moved to Calle Arco, 11 (Salamanca). One of the fundamental axes of the project of the gallery is the visualization of the formal and conceptual genealogies that have taken place in the Spanish context betwe...

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