Lorena Mal (b.1986, Mexico city)
Mal's work combines heterogeneous mediums such as sound, video, scultpure, photography and performance, focusing on sound and vision as tools of investigation in search of questioning systems of knowledge that are the foundations of lineal and authoritarian perceptions of History and the political, making them visible and even unleashing intern contradictions within their power mechanisms. -Andrea Ancira, curator and researcher.
Recent projects and exhibitions include venues as Museo Amparo, Puebla (2020); ESPAC, Cd. de México (2019); Palazzo Grassi, Venecia (2019); Skowhegan NY, New York (2019); Museo ExTeresa, Cd. de México (2018); Laboratorio Arte Alameda, Cd. de México (2018); Armory Center for the Arts, California (2017); Meinblau, Berlin (2016). She has been recipient of the National Fund for Culture and Arts FONCA (2018/2016/2011); 1st prize award of the International Competition of Video and Electronic Arts (2013); recipient of the Program for Production and Research of Arts and Media PAPIAM (2012); and alumni of residencies as Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (2016); Casa Wabi (2015); ArtHub Abu Dhabi (2015); Cité Internationale des Arts (2014); and Museograbado (2011), among others. She studied a BFA at the National School of Painting, Sculpture and Printmaking "La Esmeralda", National Institute of Fine Arts, Mexico. She lives and works in Mexico city.