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Residencia | Juan Covelli

About the artist

1985, Colombia.
Juan Covelli is an artist currently living and working between London and Bogotá. A graduate of MA Contemporary Photography; Practices and Philosophies at Central Saint Martins, London, his practice revolves around the technological potentials of 3D scanning, modelling and printing to readdress entrenched arguments of repatriation and colonial histories. His work has focused on new materiality generated by the digital era; in particular, on the dynamics and approaches of the physical within the digital world. In the last few years, he has been exploring the relationship between technology, heritage, archaeology and digital colonialism. Using video, modelling, data sets and coding he creates IRL and URL installation-based works which collapse historical practices with current models of display and digital aesthetics.

Solo and duel shows include: How to dust the surface, Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, Warrington (2018); and Nexcuitilamatl, Galería ADM, Mexico City (2017). As well as group shows ArteCamara, feria ArtBo, Bogotá, Roca Lunar,  Planetario Distiral, Bogota (2019); INSIDE INTELCentre for Investigative Journalism; and New Materialities in the Digital AgeHarlesden High Street Gallery, London; The image of things, Guttormsgaard Archive, Oslo; and Neo Norte, Fundación Cultural de Providencia, Santiago De Chile (2018); Deep inside, Moscow biennale for young art (2016)He has presented his work at  Universidad el Bosque, Bogota and the UCL Multimedia Anthropology Lab, London and was an invited guest artist for the In-ruins residency programme. He is the curator the group show of Fake plastic forevers & détournement of digital colonialismInternet Moon Gallery, online (2018).

www.juancovelli.xyz

Juan Covelli participa de nuestro programa de residencia durante Noviembre de 2019 con el apoyo del Ministerio de Cultura de Colombia.

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