Translating Movement: The work of Rosana Antoli
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About the Event
Join us for a conversation between artist Rosana Antoli, and Marti Manen, Director of Index, the Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, as they explore the artist’s body of work, interweaving a specific fictional history of movement into a cosmos of relations, placing us in the rhythmic eddying of past, present and future constellations. Expanding on the notion of linguistics and translation as an artistic practice.
Speakers: Rosana Antoli (Artist, Spain) & Marti Manen (Director of Index, Stockholm)
Moderator: Silvana Lagos (Curator, Writer & Studio Director for Carsten Höller)
Rosana Antolí is a visual artist based in London. Her practice is multidisciplinary, moving across drawing, painting, sculpture and video, embracing always a performative methodology within it. Antolí obtained her MA in Performance and Sculpture at the Royal College of Art (London) in 2015. Between 2015 and 2017, she was a Member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors and since 2015, she is on the International Advisory Board for the Institute of Social Choreography. Antolí’s work is exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide, having been commissioned among others by Tate Modern (UK), CentroCentro Cibeles Palace (ES), The RYDER (UK), Pompidou Museum (ES), Da2 Museum (ES), Artium Vitoria Museum (ES), Zabludowicz Collection (UK), BBVA Foundation (ES), Joan Miro Foundation (ES), Sotheby’s London (UK), Wifredo Lam Museum (CU) and CA2M (ES). She has been awarded among others with Generaciones Art Prize (Madrid, Spain, 2016), Royal British Society of Sculptors Bursary Award (London, UK, 2015), Gasworks International Fellowship (UK-Colombia, 2015), 2015 MULTIVERSE Grant for Video Art Creation by BBVA Foundation (Spain, 2015), International Emerging Artist Award (Dubai, 2014) and Pilar Juncosa and Sotheby’s Grant (Spain, 2012).
Marti Manen is Director of Index, the Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation in Stockholm. He has curated exhibitions at the Museo de Historia Natural (Mexico City), Aara (Bangkok), Sala Rekalde (Bilbao), Konsthall C (Stockholm), CA2M (Madrid), and Fundació Miró (Barcelona). Manen was the curator of the Spanish Pavilion at the 2015 Venice Biennale, and curated Momentum10 (Biennale in Moss, Norway, 2019). In the 1990s, he curated five years of exhibitions in his room located in a student flat. Marti Manen has published books including Salir de la exposición (Leaving the Exhibition) (Consonni), Contarlo todo sin saber cómo (Telling everything not knowing how) (CA2M), and When Lines Are Time (Miró Foundation Barcelona).
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