Laboratory managers

Laboratory managers


Tamara Díaz Bringas (Cuba)
She lives and works in Madrid. She is an independent researcher and curator. Graduated by the Independent Studies Programme (PEI) of the MACBA, between 1999 and 2009 she was a curator and editorial coordinator at TEOR/ética, San José, Costa Rica. In 2010 she was assistant curator at the 31 Biennial of Pontevedra (along with Santiago B. Olmo) and in 2014 she co-curated the "Playgrounds. Reinventar la plaza" exhibition (along with Manuel J. Borja-Villel and Teresa Velázquez) for Queen Sofía Museum, Madrid. She is the General Curator of the X Central American Biennial (Costa Rica, September 2016).


Sabel Gavaldón (Barcelona)
He lives and works in London. He is an exhibition curator and independent researcher. A Humanities graduate, he graduated at the Royal College of Art's MA in curating contemporary art, in London. In 2014, he curated the exhibitions "Un museo del gesto" (La Capella), "Llocs comuns" (Can Felipa Arts Visuals), "Contratiempos" (CaixaForum) in Barcelona; and in 2015 the projects "M/Other Tongue" (Tenderpixel, London), on language and translation, and "Axolotlismo" (Galería NoguerasBlanchard, Madrid), based on a work of fiction by Cortázar. In 2014, he was resident curator at Lugar a Dudas, Cali, Colombia.


Aimar Arriola (Basque Country)
He lives in London and the Basque Country. He works in the field of art as a curator and researcher. He was in the Independent Studies Programme (PEI) of the MACBA (Barcelona) and in the Curatorlab of the Konstfack University (Stockholm). Between 2010 and 2015, he has carried out curatorship projects and residencies at LADA (London), Visual AIDS (New York), Arteleku (San Sebastian), Queen Sofía Museum (Madrid) and CA2M (Madrid). He is a member of several collectives, among them "Equipo re", which combines body politics and archive, and the "Declinación Magnética" artists’ collective. In 2014-2015, he started his PhD project at the department of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths, London, on visual and performative production and HIV/AIDS in the "global south". In 2015-2016 he is an Assistant Professor at this university.