Carlos Fernández-Pello (1985) is a writer, artist and scholar based in Madrid. He is professor of Sculpture and Visual Communication at IED Madrid, teaches contemporary aesthetics at Universidad Nebrija and works regularly as a freelance curator and exhibition designer. Accordingly, he likes being described as a professional amateur, jack of all trades, master of none. His academic research navigates between the legendary islands of epistemology and imagination, and steers amongst the tides of visual textuality. As an artist and practitioner he is invested in antiergonomy and he is currently investigating the historical implication of the museum bench, weaving it with hardcore relativism, itching and scratching, cephalopods, buccalities or the institutional assimilation of critique. As an artist in permanent retreat, he has exhibited without permission at places like Palais de Tokyo ↬, Centre Georges Pompidou ↬ or The Renaissance Society in Chicago ↬. His work is represented by García Galería.
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