Image: Belén Cerezo, How to Open my Eyes?, video, 5:20 min (2014).

Belen Cerezo
STUDIO A4

www.belencerezo.com

Belén Cerezo is an artist-photographer. Within her practice and research, photography operates as the guiding notion to investigate the muteness, the lack of innocence and the codification of photographs and how images mediate our experience when they are also mediated by other images. In the last years, she has worked mainly with existing images and focusing on their materiality of images, she explores photography through performance.

Belén Cerezo completed a practice-led PhD at Nottingham Trent University in 2015 where she is an associate lecturer in Photography. She has taken part in workshops led by the artists Antoni Muntadas and Jean Luc Moulène. She is also interested in art education and she co-coordinated the Education Department for Manifesta 8, Murcia, Spain, 2010. Cerezo published the photo-book Somewhere Better, Nowhere Better in 2009. She had a solo exhibition titled Plastic People at CAB in Burgos, Spain, in 2008.

Selected Residencies, Works and Exhibitions:

2014 Re(in)sistencia, Inmersiones,  Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain.
2012 The methodology of the project, MUSAC, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Castilla Leon, Leon, Spain.
2011 La colección (Artistas Burgaleses) [I+E]2, CAB, Centro de Arte Caja de Burgos, Burgos, Spain.
2008 Plastic People, CAB, Centro de Arte Caja de Burgos, Burgos, Spain.
2007 Migration Addicts, curators Karin Gavassa and Biljana Ciric, Collateral Events, 52 Venice Biennale, Italy.
2006  Fuori è un giorno fragile, curated by Karin Gavassa and Lorena Tadorni, Imbiancheria del Vajro, Torino and Gallery Studio Legale, Caserta, Italy.
2005 Presencias/ Ausencias. La Colección (4), CAB, Centro de Arte Caja de Burgos, Burgos, Spain.
Trancity, Geografíe della Città, curators Karin Gavassa, Elena Ragusa and Lorena Tardoni, Associazione Culturale Machè, Torino, Italy.
2002 Otros hábitos, Otras miradas, PHotoEspaña, INJUVE.

Online
Rosario Montero, ¿Qué significa mover una imagen?, 2015, Atlas (online magazine)
Tomás Ariztía. THE JOURNEY OF THINGS, 2012, Contrahilo (online magazine).

 

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