Asunción Molinos Gordo

Researcher and visual artist. Her work revolves around rural cultures and international peasantry. She has produced work on the transformation of agrarian labour, the impact of biotechnology, international food trade, transhumant architecture, peasant protests, the CAP and bureaucratisation of territory, ancestral irrigation systems and peasant ways of building wellbeing. She won the Sharjah Biennial Prize in 2015 with his project WAM (World Agricultural Museum) and represented Spain at the XIII Havana Biennial 2019. Her work has been exhibited in institutions such as Museo Carrillo Gil in Mexico, Victoria & Albert Museum in London, The Townhouse Gallery in Cairo, Arnolfini Contemporary Arts in Bristol, Tranzit in Prague, Cappadox Festival in Uchisar-Turkey, MUSAC in León, CAB in Burgos, Matadero in Madrid, La Casa Encendida in Madrid, CA2M in Madrid; among others.

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