17 October 2019

María García Ruiz is visual artist and independent researcher investigating the physical and symbolic production of territory through the articulation of hybrid narratives between image, writing and action. She holds a degree in Architecture, Master’s Degree in Research in Art and Design and is a PhD candidate in Philosophy at the Universitat Autónoma of Barcelona, where she is conducting research into the architectures of moving bodies.
Artist in residence in Hangar with the V Grant of Artistic Research Fundació Banc Sabadell – Hangar (2020). Se was curator, together with artist Pedro G. Romero, of the exhibition Machines for Living. Flamenco and Architecture in the Occupation and Vacating of Spaces and co-author of the book of the same name (Puente Editores, 2020). García was coordinator of the research platform Topographies of Urban Discrepancy at La Virreina LAB in Barcelona (2016-2017) and researcher in residence at the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid (2015-2016).
Her artistic work has been exhibited at museums such as Secession in Vienna, Kunstverein in Stuttgart, MUSAC in León, Fabra i Coats in Barcelona, and TEA in Tenerife, among others.