Geraldine Juárez is a Mexican and Swedish artist using time-based media, sculpture and performance to consider the materials, histories, technics and economics shaping the dominant narratives and contexts of contemporary media culture.
Recent exhibitions include 100 Years of Copyright, HKW, Berlin (2018); For the Record, ifa galerie, Berlin (2018); University of Disaster, Bosnia Herzegovina Pavilion, 57th Venice Biennale; and Situations/Placeholder, Fotomuseum, Winterthur (2017). Performance work include Prospekt at the Gothenburg Botanical Garden; Colour Set, Skogen, Gothenburg; and Hello Bitcoin at Transmediale Afterglow, Berlin (2014).
Her book Flux until Sunrise was published by Rojal in 2018. Her essays has been published in Continent, Scapegoat: Journal for Architecture, Landscape and Political Economy and ‘Reverse Hallucinations from the Archipelago’ from the Intercalations series of K.Verlag.
Geraldine holds an MFA in Fine Art from Valand Academy and studied ceramics in HDK- Academy of Design and Crafts in Gothenburg, Sweden where she lives and works.