Juan Parada

(this page was last updated in July 2016)

Curitiba, Brazil, 1979.
Lives and works in Curitiba, Brazil.

Represented by Amarelonegro Arte Contemporânea.

PIPA 2015 Nominee.

Juan Parada began to research pottery in 2003 and was a founding member of the collective Interluxartelivre (2002-2011), which shook the artistic medium of Curitiba in the past decade. He currently lives and works in Curitiba, Brazil, his hometown.

Juan Parada works with installations, sculptures, urban interventions and spatial inserts. Conducts research on three-dimensional, time-space relationships and architectural dialogue. Experiences the intersection between art circuits, and creates works that operate at both own circuits, as in institutional spaces, galleries, museums etc. Multiple character of his research is the result of crossing various fields such as design, botany and architecture. His works do not end in itself, establish relations with the context and spill over into the world, suggesting processuality, impermanence and instability, always seeking paradoxical situations in their own language.

Website: juanparada.com.br

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