Martí Madaula Esquirol
Artist in Residence in the pogram 'Creadors EN RESiDÈNCiA', Barcelona
United States, 2021
Martí was born in Sabadell in 1996. He holds a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona (from which he received the Extraordinary Award of Fine Arts) and a Master of Visual Arts from the LUCA School of Arts of Ghent, Belgium. He published his first book, 'How to conquer space', thanks to the Sala d'Art Jove 2020 Creation Grant and the support of the Centre d'Art La Panera. His last project, 'To recover the bedsheets from Manchester', has been exhibited in a solo show in the Museum of Sabadell (July 2021). He has also taken part in group shows as 'Apertus 01' (2016) at àngels Barcelona, 'Identical Lunch' (2017) at the Grosvenor Gallery of Manchester, 'La Tèrmica LAB' (2017) at Roca Umbert Fàbrica de les Arts or 'All places talk about you' (2018) at Sala d'Art Jove, among others. Besides his work as an artist, he has collaborated in HAMACA, a non-profit association focused on preserving, distributing and promoting the video produced Spain. He is currently developing an internship in the Filmoteca (Film Archive of Catalonia). Website: martimadaula.hotglue.me
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