After her successful lecture series in 2013, we welcome Julieta back. Julieta describes her work as: 'focused on the aesthetic potential of the role played with circulation. Not being media-specific, I manipulate existing circulation formats, in an effort to generate viable propositions for alternative transactions of cultural capital. These explorations have taken several forms, including printed media, installation, video and the creation of alternative spaces.'
Julieta’s work has been exhibited internationally in venues such as 8th Berlin Biennial, Germany (2014); the 1st Biennial of Cartagena de Indias (2014); the Cuenca Biennial, Equator (2014, 2012), Witte de With (2013), Documenta 13 (2012), N.B.K. (2012), Gwangju Biennial (2012), Venice Biennial (2011), Stroom den Haag (2011), “Living as form,” Creative Time, NY (2011), Istanbul Biennial (2011), Portikus, Frankfurt (2011), New Museum (2010), Solomon Guggenheim Museum (2009), New Museum of Contemporary Art, NY (2010), Kunstverein Arnsberg (2010), MOCA Miami (2009), Witte de With (2010), Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago (2007), 2nd Moscow Biennial (2007).
Julieta was born in 1975 in Mexico City. She received a BFA in filmmaking from the School of Visual Arts (2001) and an MFA from Columbia University (2006), New York. Her working methods include installation, video, and print media, with a special interest in the creation and manipulation of artistic exchange. Subversion of traditional notions of commerce through art making is also important to her process. As a co-director of e-flux together with Anton Vidokle, Julieta Aranda has developed the projects Time/Bank, Pawnshop, and e-flux video rental, all of which started in the e-flux storefront in New York, and has traveled to many venues worldwide.