Between September and November 2018 UK-based artist Adriana Arroyo will travel to Buenos Aires, Argentina as part of the Triangle Fellowship Programme at URRA.
Adriana Arroyo was born in San José, Costa Rica in 1981. She lives and works in London, United Kingdom. Recent solo exhibitions include: Polytropos: Turning Many Ways, Galerie KM, Berlin, 2017, How Much Land Does a Man Need?, Despacio, San José, 2016, Geotropism, KM, Berlin, 2015, Unstable Strata, TEOR/éTica, San José, 2015, Unstable Strata, Galerie Gabriel Rolt, Amsterdam, 2014. Recent group exhibitions include: Fleeting Territories, Kunstraum Niederoestereich, Vienna, 2017, Money, Good and Evil, A Visual History of the Economy, Staatliche Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, 2016, A Paradise Built in Hell, Kunstverein in Hamburg, 2014. Her film work has been screened at among others the Berlinale Forum Expanded (2011), Germany, Toronto International Film Festival (2011), Canada and the Oberhausen Short Film Festival (2011), Germany. In 2015 she was awarded the Emerging Artist Award from TEOR/éTica Foundation, Costa Rica. Arroyo is represented by HE.RO (Herzberger/Rolt), Amsterdam y Gallery KM, Berlin.
URRA is an Argentine project dedicated to the creation of art residencies and cultural exchanges, founded on June 2010. It is part of the VERIA Foundation for the Development, Research and Dissemination of Art and Culture.
URRA's objective is to encourage artistic production and to generate spaces for reflecting, inspiring and broadening our knowledge of contemporary art, favouring dialogue and exchanges of information and experiences between professionals from different parts of the world.
Gasworks and URRA Residency 2018 supported by Erica Roberts