Ad Minoliti's lecture will cover her multidisciplinary practice, including a combination of painting, video, anime and design. The installations and performance explore alternatives to traditional discourses, engaging a diversity of themes like queer theory, cyborgs, feminism, abstraction, sci-fi, architecture or decoration, childhood and animal rights. Minoliti considers geometry to be the best tool to experiment with a non-human utopia and find other ways to research the visual world, where gender theories can be applied to the pictorial language.
Minoliti earned a BFA from Academy Pueyrredón (Buenos Aires). In 2009, she co-founded the group PintorAs, feminist collective of painters. Her work has been exhibited at galleries, institutions and museums in Los Angeles, Puerto Rico, London, Berlin, Panamá, Mexico, New York, Paris, Peru, Spain, Ireland, Bolivia, Chile, Austria, among other countries. Recently, she participated of the Bienal del Mercosur (Porto Alegre), the Aichi Triennal (Japan), Kadist Foundation (San Francisco) and Front Cleveland Triennal.
Image: Puppy, 2017, mural painting with two prints on canvas; 79 x 79 inches. Courtesy of Galería Agustina Ferreyra, Mexico City.