SELECTION CONMITTEE

Miguel Mallol

Director of Enclave Project.
Miguel is an International Independent Curator, Director of Enclave Land Art Residency, Art Critic and works at the Spanish Pavilion for Venice Biennale. Having graduated in History of Art, he
finished his studies at Lancaster University (UK). He extended his formation in Venice at Fondazione Querini Stampalia and Venice Biennale among other professional experiences in Italy and UK. He curated projects in several cities as London, Milan, Rome or Venice in which he has collaborated with private and public institutions. As an Art Critic he is member of Valencia Art Critics Association and he has written articles, essays and texts for catalogues in newspapers, blogs and contemporary art specialized websites.

 

Jose Luís Pérez Pont

Manager of the Consorci de Museus of the Valencian Community and director of the Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporània. Graduated in Law and Doctor of Fine Arts. He has worked as an art critic, independent curator and lawyer. From 2009 to 2015 he chaired the Valencian Association of Critics of Art (AVCA). From 2011 to 2013 Jose Luís was president of the Council of Critics and Curators of Visual Arts of Spain. From 2011 to 2015 she was a member of the Advisory Commission of the Art Department of the Juan Gil-Albert Institute of Culture of Alicante. It has developed numerous editorial and commissioned projects from an analysis and social
exploration’s approach.

 

Nerea Ubieto
Graduated in History of Art at University of Zaragoza. Nerea works as independent curator,cultural manager and critic in various art publications. She is currently preparing the exhibition of Vari Caramés for the Canal de Isabel II and is lecturer in the course Género y prácticas artísticas contemporáneas from Factoría de Arte y Desarrollo. Nerea has managed the series of workshops A ver si nos aclaramos (Performance, Feminismos y Compromiso animal) for the Ministry of Culture and collaborates with the cultural TV program Metrópolis. She has created for Metrópolis
the chapters Arte in Estonia, 1+1=1 and Arte Entromedido. From Nerea’s last exhibitions could be highlighted: Tensiones escópicas at Etopía Center of Art and Technology of Zaragoza; Mystery Magnet at Museum Domus Artium of Salamanca, Paisajes especulativos at Museum of Teruel, One Project of Art Madrid or Artfulness at Centre del Carme, Valencia.

 

Anaïs Florin

Her artist’s practice is focused in the environment of contextual practices. Anaïs has special interest in tales, memories and fights associated to territorial transformations. She is graduated in Advertisement and Public Relations at the University of Alicante and is Specialist in Contemporary Art from the Superior Institute of Art in Madrid. She studied a degree in Fine Arts and cursed an MA in Artistic production at Polytechnic University of Valencia. Currently she is attending a Doctorate in Art, Production and Research in the Polytechnic University of Valencia with a research grant from Center of Research of Art and Environment in the same University. She is a grant holder from the programs CoSSos Comunitats de Sabers Subalterns and CULTURA RESIDENT of the Consorci de Museus of the Valencian Community and participated in events as Poliniza Dos, Bien Urbain – art dans et avec l’espace public or the Biennal de Mislata Miquel Navarro – Premios de Arte Público.

 

Roser Oduber
Artist, cultural manager and director of the Centre d’Art Contemporani i Sostenibilitat El Forn de la Calç. Roser is Director of the Festival de arte efímero y luz “Jardins de Llum” in Manresa. Director of the Land Art itinerary “Microscopies” in Anella verda of Manresa. President of the Association of Visual Artists of central Catalonia.