The conceptual artist Julieta Aranda (*1975 in Mexico City) explores the perception of time, space and the distribution of information in her multimedia works. She studied Film at the School of Visual Arts and at Columbia University in New York, and is the co-founder of the internetplatform e-flux. Since 2010, Aranda, together with the artist Anton Vidokle, has been realizing the project TIME / BANK, in which time is traded as an alternative currency to money. For INTERVALLS (2009) at the Guggenheim Museum in New York Aranda examined the individual notion of time by aligning a clock to her own heartbeat. She has exhibited internationally, e.g. at the Guggenheim and the New Museum in New York, the dOCUMENTA (13), the 54th Venice Biennale, 6th Liverpool Biennial and many more. She lives in Berlin and New York.
Saturday, 23 November