Environmental Benefits of Video Conferencing
Where: Palau de la Virreina
La Rambla, 99

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Environmental Benefits of Video Conferencing
Momu & No es

29.11.2016 – 11.01.2017

Monographic presentation
Thursday 2 December, 7 pm
Virreina LAB

Free entry. Limited places

A journey through the works of artists who are our contemporaries, who incorporate technology as a form of language in their art productions and processes. This session will allow us to provide a certain backdrop for our work.

Momu & No Es are, respectively, Lucía Moreno Murillo (Basel, 1982) and Eva Noguera Escudero (Torelló, Barcelona, 1979). They both took Degrees and PhDs in Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona, and Master’s Degrees in Fine Arts at the Dutch Art Institute/ArtEZ Arnhem. Their installations, videos and performances have been shown at CUAC Contemporary Art (Salt Lake City), the Center for Contemporary Arts (Celje, Slovenia), Open Studio 2010 (Tokyo), Nau Estruch (Sabadell), the Museo de Arte Moderno y Contemporáneo de Santander y Cantabria (MAS, Santander), Espai Montcada-CaixaForum (Barcelona), and Galería Senda (Barcelona), among other places and events. They have received grants for production and research from institutions like Fundación BBVA in its call for applications for Videoart Creation grants (2015), CoNCA (2010-2012), Matadero-Madrid City Council (2010), Barcelona City Council/ICUB-BCN Producció (2009), Instituto de la Juventud (Injuve, 2007-2011), Hangar (2006-2008) and Fundación Guasch Coranty (2004).