Itziar Okariz

Itziar Okariz (San Sebastian, 1965) works within the framework of action and performance, questioning the ways of regulating language and the production of signs that define us. Her work – vocal performances, actions, videos, installations and text pieces – examines the links between architecture, territory, body, ritual, sexuality and semiotics. She is often associated with feminist practices, punk-rock, and queer critiques of normative gender constructions. In recent years, her practice has been linked to forms of art transmission and pedagogies through workshops and courses she has led in collaboration with other artists. Among her projects are: Aliens are Temporary, Kunstbrücke am Wildenbruch and Kunstraum Bethanien, Berlin (2022); Unquiet Objects, Disjecta, Portland (2021); Oceanica in Moving Words. Rimi Scenekunst. Stavanger, Norway. Personae, Els Baluart, Palma de Mallorca. La Noche de las Ideas, MCNARS, Madrid (2021); Las Estatuas, Fundación Oteiza, Alzuza (2020); Bodies of Water, 13th Shanghai Biennale, Shanghai (2020); Perforado por; Spanish Pavilion of the 58th Venice Biennale, with Sergio Prego (2019); I Never Said Umbrella, Tabakalera, Donostia (2018); Una construcción… CA2M, Madrid (2018); Idiorritmias, MACBA, Barcelona (2017); Itziar Okariz, Kunsthaus Baselland, Basel (2017).

Photo: Daniel Mera

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