Mireia c. Saladrigues

Mind your Manners, Mireia c. Saaldrigues, 2011

Mireia c. Saladrigues (Terrassa, 1978) is a researcher and visual artist at the Doctoral Program of the Finnish Art Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki.

Via her research Behaving Unconventionally in Gallery Settings. Alteration in Cultural Practices for Rearticulating Relations among Makers, Objects, Audiences, and (Virtual) Museums, she documents and fosters human and non-human cases of alteration and strangeness in cultural practices by proposing an artistic and theoretical re-reading of nonconformity. It also experiments with implementing occasions for misrepresented behaviours that, within the (conceptual) architecture of display, are considered traditionally unacceptable. The research is being supervised by Jan Kaila, Julie Harboe and punctually by Hito Steyerl.

Her work participated the 2nd Research Pavilion in occasion of the 57th Venice Biennale (2017). She has also exhibited at: Espai 13 in Joan Miró Foundation (2011), Antoni Tàpies Foundation (2014), La BF15 in Lyon (2014), Centre d’Art Le Lait in Albi (2015), Videonale.13 in Bonn (2011), Centre Cultural Caja Madrid (2011), National Museum of Photography in Copenhaguen (2010), Kiasma Museum in Helsinki (2009), DIA Art Foundation (2008), Art Museum in Pori (2008), Onomatopee in Eindhoven (2015 i 2012), Midway Contemporary Art in Minneapolis (2010).

She has lectured at the 9th Annual Conference of the Society of Artistic Research in Plymouth, 104th Annual Conference by CAA in Washington DC, the EARN Symposium at GradCAM@DIT in Dublin, KuVA Research Days in Helsinki, as much as others.

She has received numerous awards, which the most recent are KuVA Research Position (2020-2021), Kone Publication Grant (2020), Kone Foundation Research and Art Production Grant (2016-2019), KuVA Grants (2019-2014), ETAC – Artistic Research Residency (2014), OSIC- Research and creation grant (2012).

Her Museum, in Joan Miro Foundation, Mireia c. Saladrigues, 2011
Mind your Manners, Mireia c. Saaldrigues, 2011

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