Neus Miró

Neus Miró
Neus Miró
Curator, Participant, Speaker

Neus Miró is a curator and art critic. She studied Art History (Universitat de Barcelona) and obtained the M.A. in Curating Contemporary Art from the Royal College of Art (London). She now works as a Curator in the Wolverhampton Art Gallery (UK) and is pursuing doctorate studies at Central Saint Martins College (University of the Arts, London).

Her area of research has focused on artistic practices in film and video. Her most recent curatorial projects include participation on the curatorial team of Apología/Antología. Journeys through video in the Spanish context (Hamaca, 2016), Insomnia (Fundació Joan Miró, 2013), Sharon Lockhart: Doble Tide (Espai d’art contemporani de Castelló, 2012) and Urban Fictions (Koldo Mitxelena, 2011).

She is the author and editor of various publications including “Insomnia” (Fundació Joan Miró, 2012), “Perejaume. Imágenes proyectadas” (CAB, 2010) and “Impasse 8: La exposición como dispositivo. Teorías y prácticas en torno a la exposición” (La Panera, 2008).

She has served as a visiting professor at several universities: Escuela Superior de Diseño-ESDI (Universitat Ramon Llull), MECAD, International University of Catalonia and Universidad de Zaragoza. She currently lives and works in Wolverhampton (UK).

20 April 2017