Between September and November 2019 UK-based artist Sarah Duffy will travel to Lugar a Dudas in Cali as part of the Triangle Fellowship Programme.
Sarah Duffy (b.1986) is an Artist currently living and working in The UK. Duffy graduated in 2013 with a MFA from Goldsmiths, University of London, after which she became the inaugural recipient of The Acme Goldsmiths MFA Studio Award. Projects and exhibitions include: Solo Performance Om3am x Sarah Duffy hosted by Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Jos Bitelli and Felix Melia; The Claremorris Open for which she was awarded a prize for live performance by curator and contributing Frieze editor Tom Morton; Mount Florida Screenings at Glasgow Museum of Modern Art; A Faraway Rendez-vous at SixtyEight Art institute as part of Copenhagen Art Week and Solo performance Enjoy The Silence at The Camden Arts Centre. In 2018, Duffy took part in 'The Ol' Switcheroo' at Jupiter Woods, London alongside Sophie Jung and Rebecca Lennon; a residency at Chateau de Bosmelet as part of Diep Haven Festival which was followed by an exhibition at Phoenix Brighton and a 3-month residency in South Korea as part of The Seoul Museum of Art’s international residency program.
Lugar a Dudas (Room for doubts) was established in 2005, is an independent, not for profit space, in Cali, in the Valle del Cauca region.
Lugar a Dudas aims to promote and disseminate contemporary artistic practice. As its name suggests, the organisation works as a laboratory for research, lively discussion, reflection and critical analysis and which hosts an exciting and busy programme of exhibitions, workshops and events. They also house a wonderful archive, dedicated to the visual arts, which includes over 3000 books, magazines and videos.
Please visit their website for more information.