Enar de Dios Rodríguez (1986, Ourense, Spain) is a visual artist whose interdisciplinary and research-based projects reflect upon the production of space and its socio-political and environmental consequences. Graduated with an MA in Translation at the Universidade de Vigo (Spain), she later studied Photography at the University of Applied Arts Vienna and she received an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute.
In her artistic practice the selective process of existing visual and textual material serves as a starting point for an exploration of the poetic and its political applicability.
Her work has been exhibited at the Contemporary Jewish Museum (San Francisco), Kunsthalle Wien (Vienna), Beursschouwburg (Brussels), Sonic Acts (Amsterdam), Condeduque (Madrid), Project Space (Melbourne), 45 Salón Nacional de Artistas (Bogota), among many others. Film festivals where she has participated include DokuFest, Diagonale and Curtocircuíto.
She has received numerous scholarships and awards such as the production grant Pixel Bytes + Film, the Murphy and Cadogan award, and the DKV Seguros-Álvarez Margaride grant. She was part of art residencies such as CCA Andratx, Mallorca (2023); BMKÖS Residency, Istanbul (2022); Nida Art Colony, Lithuania (2021); LABoral Centro de Arte, Gijón (2021); RMIT University, Melbourne (2019) and La Térmica Creadores, Málaga (2018). Her work is part of collections such as the Landessammlung Niederösterreich (Austria); Wien Museum (Austria); DKV Collection and Málaga City Council.
She is founding member of the art-science project SEEC Photography and member of The Golden Pixel Cooperative. This is the first exhibition of Enar in a commercial gallery.