Denise Araouzou is an independent curator and writer. Her practice investigates the mechanisms which inform humans’ basic activities and life cycle of working, consuming and resting in the post-digital age and in turn questions how subjectivities are disrupted and reproduced as a result of these mechanisms. The various threads of research and interests incorporate cultural and social theories, media culture, economics and architecture and take shape in the form of exhibitions, presentations, screenings and texts. She is a member of the curatorial board for Mediterranea 19, the upcoming Biennale of Young Artists from Europe and the Mediterranean (BJCEM), San Marino (2020). Previously, she managed the non-profit exhibition space The Island Club (Limassol, Cyprus), founded and directed by artist Christodoulos Panayiotou. Together with Fundación Cerezales Antonino y Cinia she co-curated the exhibition Adrian Melis | Absolute Silence Does Not Exist (León, 2017). Recently she was a curator-in-residence at BAR project (2019, Barcelona). She is the founder of open form, an open studio and conversation platform established in Athens (2017). She is currently based in Barcelona.
Last update: November 11th, 2019