Pauline Batista


Pauline Batista (b.1988 Rio de Janeiro, BR) is a multi-media artist based in London. Her practice questions the impulse to render information and bodies transparent in the quest for ’the quantified self’. The artist creates her own networks that the viewers are invited to decode, through installations encompassing elements of photography, sculpture and sound frequencies. She graduated from USC with a degree in International Relations in 2010 and completed her MFA at Goldsmith University in London in 2017. Among recent solo and group shows, she exhibited at: Kupfer (London, UK), Museo Civico G. Fattori (Livorno, IT), GALLLERIAPIU (Bologna, IT), Houston Center for Photography (Houston, USA), ATP Gallery (London, UK), CADAF Digital Art Fair (New York, USA) and ARCO E-XHIBITIONS. In 2020 she was shortlisted for both DUCATO and COMBAT Prizes in Italy. Currently she developing her practice in new directions thanks to DYCP Grant from Arts Council England. Her work has been featured in PHROOM Magazine, ATP Diary, AQNB, Creative Crypto, Elephant Magazine, Exibart, Juliet Magazine, Map Magazine, Open Space Contemporary, Resonance Extra Radio, Sci-Art Magazine, Into the Void and Segnoline.

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