Gabriel Alonso Madrid,

Visual artist. He developed his studies between Madrid, Berlin and New York. In his works, through different formats such as installation, sculpture, photography or video, he investigates the contemporary relationships between aesthetics, science and post-nature. In his latest projects he ventures into the post-romantic vision and the conjunction of components of the natural, the activation of the change of perspective of the gaze in the relationships between archeology, geology and human culture.

In 2020 he founded the Institute of Post-Natural Studies (, a platform dedicated to research and creation from which to critically propose new approaches to artistic practice through political ecology, post-natural aesthetics and new ethics of creation that contribute to the dissolution of the nature-culture binomial.

His work has been shown in different galleries and international exhibitions at Matadero 2019 (Madrid), John Doe Gallery 2018 (New York), IIAF 2018 (New York), Poor Media Leuven 2016 (Belgium), Espacio Las Aguas 2015 (Madrid), Mila Gallery 2014 (Berlin), among other spaces. He has been assistant professor at Barnadr College of Columbia University (NYC) and in the Master in Advanced Architectural Projects at ETSAM, in addition to having given numerous lectures at different international institutions, museums and universities. In 2020 he received the Creation Grant from the Madrid City Council for his project La Retina mamífera. In 2015 he received the FAD award for his publication Desierto, and in 2016, he received the Fine Art Grant from the Graham Foundation.

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