Agustín Ortiz Herrera’s artistic practice is developed in the fields of audiovisual art, performance and installation that he uses to activate Queer possibilities in a patriarchal-colonial context. He studied Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona (1998), and filmmaking at The New School University, New York (2003). After a period working as a screenwriter, he returned to artistic practice, completing the Master of Fine Arts at the Konstfack College of Arts, Stockholm (2016). His recent exhibitions include “Oblivion” at Kropp, Uppsala Konsert & Kongress (2019), “Konst tar plats” at Österbybruk, Sweden (2018), “Long Term Empowerment” at “The Spring Threshold”, Madrid (2018). He received the Barcelona Producció La Capella scholarship (19/20) in the category of artistic research and the Nils Johan Sjöstedt Award in Stockholm (2016). He is currently one of the long-term residents at Hangar Barcelona.
Last update: 22nd October 2020