Geraldine Juárez (MX)

Written by Kalle Pakkala on March 19, 2009.


Geraldine Juárez (México) is interested in the creation of objects and interventions that use low-tech, waste, survival and alternative economy as frameworks, to spot, deface and interfere the logic of dominant modes of consumption, production and interaction. She also belongs to the art-duo Forays, a group interested in art as a tactic to research, created and modify everyday infrastructure.

Her work has been exhibited in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Europe in shows such as Interference and Feedback (Eyebeam), Other Options (inCubate), Social Fabrics, Wonder Women: Money, Money, Money! (abc norio), Actions: What you can do with the City (CCA), Collecart (Museo del Juguete Antiguo) and State of the Art: New York (URBIS) - and festivals, such as Piksel, Transmediale, Futuresonic and Conflux. She has been resident-artist at inCUBATE in Chicago, Senior Fellow at Eyebeam from 2006 to 2008.

More info:

Tools for the end of the world alt.econ.cult - summary of speaker biographies & statements Tanda Foundation: Apply, Donate, Create

12. March 17:00 MUU Gallery Signals from the South exhibition
03. April 10:00 Kiasma Theatre Alternative Economy Cultures seminar
05. April 15:00 Demos Helsinki Office Workshop about Peer-Fundraising

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  1. [...] will also be a Piñata, specially-made by Geraldine Juárez of Tanda Foundation (Mexico), placed at the Kiasma Theatre entrance to gather offline [...]

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