Paula García-Masedo

Long-term residency

May 2022 - April 2024

Paula García-Masedo. Madrid, 1984

Paula García-Masedo’s work, which takes an installational approach to sculpture, is concerned with the capacity of objects, beings and territories to shape ways of living. Her practice is based on the search for existing materials that are incorporated into the work from their situated condition, through operations involving cutting, decomposition, aggregation or combination, written forms to pay attention to the technological, genealogical, affective and life chains. She is also interested in the organization of space. She has spent time living and working in the countryside, and is interested in an approach to the notions of transience and interdependence through the artistic process, its materials and sculptural expression.

She studied the Independent Studies Program at MACBA and Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Madrid. Her work has been presented at La Casa Encendida (Madrid), CentroCentro (Madrid), CA2M (Madrid), Batalla (Santa Cruz de Tenerife), Bapore Atelier (Balmaseda, Bizkaia), Blueproject Foundation (Barcelona), Fabra i Coats (Barcelona), Centre Cívic Sant Andreu (Barcelona), Twin Gallery (Madrid), or the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Madrid, among others. Until 2022 she co-founded and co-directed the independent space Pols (Valencia), where she curated solo exhibitions of artists such as Marina González Guerreiro, David Bestué or Martín Llavaneras. She has curated exhibitions at CentroCentro (Madrid), LIGA DF galleries (Mexico City), Monoambiente (Buenos Aires) and the Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Madrid. She is a university lecturer, writes regularly and has published two books with Caniche editorial.


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