Teresa Maria Diaz Nerio

Contact
teresa@antropofaga.com

CV

Languages. Spanish / English

Education
Dutch Art Insitute, Enschede, The Netherlands, 2007-2009 (MFA)
Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2002-2007 (BFA)

Exhibitions
“The Speaker”* Dolmus, Nieuwe Vide, Haarlem, The Netherlands, 4th of July 2009
“ Hommage a Sara Bartman” * Rebelle. Art and Feminism 1969-2009, MMKA, Museum of Modern Art Arnhem, Arnhem, The Netherlands, 30 May to 23 August 2009
“Musica Minima El Negrito”, “Hommage a Sara Bartman”, “The Speaker”*(second improvisation), IFAA, International Festival of the Arts in Arnhem, MMKA, Museum of Modern Art Arnhem/ Lux Theatre, Nijmegen, The Netherlands, December 2008
“Hommage a Sara Bartman”*, Breeze, Artist Talk, Institute Neerlandaise, Paris, France
“Hommage a Sara Bartman”*, Breeze, Galerie Nelson-Freeman, Paris, France 20.09.08-31.10.08
“Hommage a Sara Bartman”, Rencontres Internationales Paris Berlin Madrid, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany, 3 July 2008
“Hommage a Sara Bartman”, Rencontres Internationales Paris Berlin Madrid, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain, 8 May 2008
“Hommage a Sara Bartman”, Rencontres Internationales Paris Berlin Madrid, Cinema L’Entrepot, Paris, France, November 2007
“Hommage a Sara Bartman”*, Paraat#3, Horse Move Project Space/ De Veemvloer, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, November 2007
“Hommage a Sara Bartman”*, Graduation Show, Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 2007
“Throne of Gold”*, Away, femmes diaspora creativite et dialogue interculturel, UNESCO, Paris, France, 8 March 2007.

*Performed live

Future Exhibitions 
Afrika 53, ‘The Cooper’ and ‘The Civic’ art galleries,  Barnsley, UK, curated by Kevin Dalton-Johnson.

Participation
Be(co)ming Dutch (Eindhoven Caucus), Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, 09.10.07 – 07.12.07 _workshop participant    www.becomingdutch.com

IFAA, International Festival of the Arts in Arnhem (Art, Migration and Identity), Arnhem, The Netherlands, 22.09.08- 7.12.08_residency     http://ifaa-net.eu

Generale Staten workshop and game/performance by Mieke Van de Voort, CASCO, Office for Art, Design and Theory,  Utrecht, The Netherlands, 20.11.09-23.11.09_ workshop and performance participant

Individual interviews made by  Sarah Pierce to students/artists at the Dutch Art Institute, including me, as part of the exhibition Coalesce: Happenstance,  Smart Proyect Space, Amsterdam, February 2009_live interview/performance

Rotterdam Dialogues: The Artists, Symposium, Witte de With , Rotterdam, The Netherlands 15.04.09-18.04.09_workshoop participant with Judy Radul on ‘The Artists talk’.
Masterclass with Ulrike Ottinger, 19.04.09    http://www.wdw.nL

We-Correspondence, workshop and lectures focusing on different issues relating corresponde, especially seen from a cultural and political social focus, organized by the Dutch Art Institute in collaboration with Binna Choi, director of CASCO, Office for Art, Design and Theory, Utrecht, The Netherlands, from January-June 2009_workshop participant   http://www.cascoprojects.org

Public Gesture,  The Lab, Dublin, Ireland,  9.06.09-19.06.09. Proyect organized by the Dutch Art Institute in collaboration with IICD (If I Can’t Dance) and MAVIS. Part of a year program at the Dutch Art Institute with lectures and workshoops focusing on the masquerade._ workshop participant
http://www.ificantdance.org/index.php/programme/discursive-programme/dutch-art-institute-m.223.html

Sarah Pierce, An artwork in the third person, 2009
Developed and performed by Teresa Diaz Nerio, Tzvika Gutter, Rana Hamadeh, Sarah Pierce and Veridiana
Zurita Project Art Center, Dublin, Ireland, 13.06.09.

Publications
Polyphony #1, the publication is focusing on “The Speaker”,  a research based performance on the speeches of Fidel Castro by Teresa Diaz Nerio and the Polyphony where two invited writers have collaborated with text, Auto-phagia; The Destruction of the Literary Subject in the Diaries of Alejandra Pizarnik by Sandra Alvarado Bordas and Self-Portrait – Self-Image by  David J. Morrow. Concept by Teresa Diaz Nerio and design by  Stephen Serrato for Werkplaats Typografie, editor Dutch Art Institute and collaborators, writer, Sandra Alvarado Bordas and artist David J. Morrow. This publication has being made possible as part of the master program at the Dutch Art Institute and the Head of publications project is Delphine Bedel, artist and curator. Book Launch  21.06.09.  http://www.dutchartinstitute.nl/

 

 

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