Regina de Miguel

Regina de Miguel Artist

Regina de Miguel is known for her filmmaking and interdisciplinary artistic practice that combine research and the development of processes that result in the production of knowledge, films, and hybrid projects. One of the main discursive threads in de Miguel’s work is the critical analysis of the supposed objectivity of scientific devices of representation and the conditions of production of scientific knowledge. From a methodical approach, she establishes complex networks of connections that are nourished by the philosophy of science, ecofeminism, and speculative fiction and terror, which give rise to theoretical, existential, and poetic displacements where fragility operates as a form of resistance.

Solo exhibitions of de Miguel’s work include Arbustos de nervios como bosques de coral at The Green Parrot, Barcelona (2021); I´m part of this fractured frontier at C3A, Córdoba (2018); Aura Nera at Centro de Arte Santa Monica (2016), Barcelona; Ansible at Maisterravalbuena (2015), Madrid; and All knowledge is enveloped in darkness at Kunsthalle Sao Paulo (2014). Her filmography has been shown in numerous museums and institutions internationally and she recently contributed to the volume “140 Artists’ Ideas for Planet Earth” (2021), edited by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Kostas Stasinopoulos. Her work is held in several public and private collections, including the Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary and the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía.

Regina de Miguel was born in Málaga, Spain. She lives and works in Berlin.