Installation shots

Born in Vidreres in 1981, a town near the city of Girona, Núria Güell graduated in Fine Arts from the Universitat de Barcelona and continued her training at the Cátedra de Arte de Conducta in Havana, Cuba. Her artistic practice does not aim at providing definitive answers but to showcase the conflicts and contradictions that arise between different realities through, questioning evidence and moral conventions. Her works, which always originate from social or political conflicts, consist of gestures and movements that elude representation. This typically involves an action, whether legal or illegal, calling for other entities and individuals, whether accomplices or not, and causing them to move in a direction not previously articulated.

Her work has been showcased in numerous exhibitions at national and international institutions, such as Manifesta 14 in Kosovo, the Biennale Warszawa, CAC Brétigny in Brétigny-sur-Orge, the Museum of Contemporary Art of León (MUSAC), and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Mexico City (MUAC), among others. Additionally, her work is present in the collections of important institutions and collections such as the Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MiMA), the Moderna Museet in Stockholm, and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (MACBA).