Regina de Miguel

Regina de Miguel (*1977, Málaga, ESP) is an audiovisual artist, independent researcher and teacher living in Berlin since 2010. Her interdisciplinary artistic practice is characterized by the exploration and development of processes aimed at the production of knowledge and hybrid objects. The critical examination of the supposed objectivity of the means of representation of science as well as the production conditions of scientific knowledge is one of the main discursive strands of her work. Starting from a methodological approach, she establishes complex relations that are also nourished by the philosophy of science, ecofeminism, speculative fiction and terror. The aim is to bring forth theoretical, existential and poetic shifts that operate out of fragility as a form of resistance. Her works have been part of international collective exhibitions at the Berlin Art Prize, Palais de Tokyo in Paris, and Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin, among others. She has won the INJUVE, Iniciarte Junta de Andalucía, ABC and Purificación García prizes and has been nominated for the Berlinische Galerie Prize and the Berlin Art Prize.