Image credit: Àngels Miralda curates Extraction: Liquid Flames of the Solid Core, featuring work by Ana Alenso, El pan de cada día, 2016. Courtesy of the artist.
Àngels Miralda grew up between Catalonia, Cambridge UK, Philadelphia and Princeton NJ. She is a writer and curator based in Terrassa, Barcelona.
Her independent work focuses on the materiality of art production as a working metaphor for contemporary industrial scale production and how art can scale down to interpret mega-phenomena in personal ways. Her texts deal with infrastructure of the art system and proposals for the future. Recent curated exhibitions include Survival Kit 10, Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art, Riga; The Base, The Columns, and the Firmament, Museum of Contemporary Art, Santiago de Chile; Extra-Planetary Commitment, Lítost, Prague; Strange Truths in Undiscovered Lands, Bombon Projects, Barcelona; Coronation, Horse and Pony Fine Arts, Berlin; sign just under the skin, House of Egorn, Berlin; and Secrets in the Carbon Atom, Podium, Oslo. She is an active art critic published in Sleek Magazine, Revista Arta, Collecteurs, Rotunda Magazine, AQNB, A*Desk, and Brand-New-Life among others.