Marina González Guerreiro (A Guarda, Spain, 1992). With an installative approximation to different mediums like sculpture, video, photography or painting, the artist revises the iconographic imaginary around the idea of happiness, putting special attention to the phenomenons related with the emotions and the management of stress as well as the construction of an idealized nature. Her creative process starts with the accumulation of materials, becoming the studio a space for trial, where objects and images from the most diverse origins live together staging a ritual of the intimate. In her practice we sense a preciosity constructed through precarious and old materials, as well as the search of equilibrium between order and disorder, control and chance, reason and emotion.
The artist is graduated in Fine Arts by the University of Salamanca (Spain) and has also a Master in Artistic Production by the Universitat Politècnica of Valencia (Spain). Some of her most recent solo shows include: Given Time at Intersticio (London, UK, 2021) Una Promesa at Galería Rosa Santos (Valencia, Spain, 2020), LMXJVSD at Pols (Valencia, Spain, 2020), Work Hard, Dream Big (Internet Moon Gallery, 2019), Luchar, creer at Galería Adora Calvo (Salamanca, Spain, 2018). She has taken part group shows like Lifting Belly at Centro centro (Madrid, Spain, 2020), Una imagen que no duela ni cueste mirar at Sala de arte joven (Madrid, Spain, 2019), Un gesto que permanece at Salón (Madrid, Spain 2019), PAM!PAM!17 at IVAM (Valencia, Spain, 2017).