Vicente Vázquez Tarragona,
Since 2001 he has been working jointly and individually under different names. Most of her collaborations have been with the Basque artist Usue Arrieta. His activities have been published in the fields of visual arts, film, contemporary dance and performance.
Trained as a visual artist, his contributions in the fields of time image and object production, the visual, the auditory and the formulation of the social, have been shown in national and international public and private institutions as well as film festivals. As an expansion of their collaborative practice, in 2013, together with Usue arrieta, Marc Vives and Ainara Elgoibar, they set up Tractora Coop. Tractora is an artists' cooperative based in Bizkaia that was set up to formalise the existing collaborative relationships between its members. Over time it has grown as a support organisation for the artistic projects of its members, as well as for the projects of third parties with whom the members of the cooperative share interests, affections and concerns. As a result of these synergies, the publishing house -zko was born in 2018. The publishing house was created with the aim of bringing to light and distributing works that are developed between art and other disciplines of knowledge.  
Some of the latest exhibitions in which it has participated: Open codes we are data. Azkuna Zentroa. Bilbao; Ver as vozes dos artistas #2, Saco Azul/ Maus hábitos. Porto; Landa land. A documentation of Darcy Lange. Tabakalera, Centro de Cultura Contemporánea de Donosti; Desing week V&A Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Después del 68. Art and artistic practices in the Basque Country 1968-2018. Fine Arts Museum, Bilbao. CMDG: As near as zero as one pleases, ESTE, New York; Eight ten, six or seven wolves, Fundació Joan Miró. Barcelona; Contra Tápies, Fundació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona; 1813, Siege, Fire and Reconstruction of San Sebastián, San Telmo Museum, Donostia; Suturak, close to the Next, San Telmo Museum; Resonance, Goethe Institute, Wyoming Building, New York; 98 weeks, Beirut....
Collections: Works made in collaboration with Usue Arrieta are part of collections such as La Caixa Contemporary Art Collection, Barcelona; CGAC Collection, Centro Galego de Arte Contemporáneo, Santiago de Compostela; BilbaoArte Collection; Alterarte Collection; Universidade de Vigo and private collections.

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