Matilde Amigo

Matilde Amigo seeks to connect knowledge to sensitivity, from a space of listening and genuine revelation. She develops transdisciplinary research processes together with different work teams, searching in the own points of view possible ways to open and rethink the approaches of "consensual" information.

She is creator of the MARCIAL project (2018-2022), exhibited at: Amalgama Art "Opposing Frictions" at Koppel X (London); at Spotlights Barcú (Bogotá); Frontiers of the Image at the Cinemateca de Bogotá (Colombia); LOOP Festival at the Picasso Museum (Barcelona); Ch-Cx Festival at Monopol (Berlin). Developed in residencies at El Graner,
L'Estruch, La Poderosa and La Visiva. She is also director of TAO TE QUEEN (ongoing); NATURAL HISTORY (2018); JUNTA (2015) and GROUP H (2016). She is currently resident at La Escocesa (Barcelona) and associated with the Centro de Creación NAVE (Santiago de Chile).

She works as a performer in FRONTERA/PROCESIÓN - Un Ritual de Agua and FRONTERA/BORDER - A Living in Monument by Amanda Piña (2022); TRANSMATRIA by Rocio Marano (2022); APOCALIPSIS ENTRE AMIGOS by Julián Pacomio (2021-2022); RELÁMPAGO by Sofía Montenegro (2021); TWO PLANETS HAVE BEEN COLLIDING FOR THOUSANDS OF YEARS by Dora García (2022).

Master in Scenic Practice and Visual Culture at Museo Reina Sofía and Universidad Castilla la Mancha (2020). Degree in Dance Pedagogy at Universidad de Arte y Ciencias Sociales ARCIS, Chile (2010). Studies in Art, Technique and Technology at the University of Chile (2019); and in Chinese Medicine at the San Bao School of Traditional Chinese Medicine (2012).