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Marina De Caro

(Argentina, 1961)

September 2022

Marina De Caro is a visual artist with a degree in Visual Arts. She explores and investigates the body as a tool of knowledge, its haptic sense as a base of multiform knowledge, diffuse and mutating pedagogies. Her work as an artist covers multiple disciplines such as drawing, installations, performance and the creation of collective proposals for poetic militancy: Cromoactivismo y ensayos de economías solidarias: Fondo fluido y Coleccionables de emergencia. Her training is based on a family of architects from whom she inherits her interest in space and the body; with her dancer aunt she begins what will be her study of dance, movement and gesture in the construction of knowledge; her academic training is carried out at the Faculty of Philosophy and Letters of the University of Buenos Aires. She coordinated Proyecto Trama, an international program of cooperation and confrontation between artists 2001/05. Since 2000, she has directed a workshop for contemporary artists, Escuela de sábados for the investigation of uncertainties and materialization of ideas. She developed the Pedagogical Project Artistas en Disponibilidad. La educación como un espacio para el desarrollo de Micrópolis experimentales for the 7th Bienal do Mercosul: Grito e Escuta, Porto Alegre Brazil and the educational project El laberinto de los sentidos of the Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires.

Program in collaboration with the Department of Education of the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.