GUADALUPE MARTINEZ
b. 1980, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Lives and works in Vancouver, Canada

EDUCATION
2008 Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Art, Major in Printmaking at I.U.N.A. National University
          of Arts, Buenos Aires, Argentina.
2014 Master of Fine Arts in Visual Art, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC,
         Canada. Major Research Paper: Impossible Symmetry, Possible Gestures: Performing the
         Present Condition, Embodiment, and Production of Space. Supervisors: Prof. Gareth
         James, Prof. Catherine Soussloff, and Prof. Dana Claxton.  

AWARDS AND GRANTS
2013 SSHRC, The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Award, Canada.
2013 BC FILM; MEDIA ARTS INNOVATION FUND, Backround/ThisPlace Vancouver with    
         grunt gallery, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
2013 Faculty of Arts Graduate Research Award, University of British Columbia, BC, Canada.        
2012 BC Arts Council Scholarship Award, BC, Canada.
2012 UBC Faculty of Arts Graduate Award, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
2012 Vermont Studio Center Grant Award, Vermont, VT, USA.
2010 Rousseau et Vermette Scholarship, Banff Centre for the Arts, Alberta, Canada.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS AND PERFORMANCES
2014 GRADUATE SYMPOSIUM, performative lecture and intervention, Lillooet Room,
         University of British Columbia 37th Annual Art History, Visual Art and Theory Graduate Symposium: Shifting Pedagogies. Vancouver, BC, Canada.
2014 I FEEL YOU, performative lecture and intervention, VISA183 artist lecture. University of British Columbia, Lesserre Auditorium, Vancouver, BC, Canada. 
2012 Shared Remedies, site-specific installation, Elsewhere Living Museum, NC, USA.
2011 SECOND WALK: Assembled meanings for home, performative walk and site-specific
         installation  The GAM Gallery, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
2010 What Remains in the Silence, photo-performance and sculpture, Shudder Gallery,
         Vancouver, BC, Canada.
2010 What remains in the silence, photo-performance and sculpture, Philosopher’s Knoll
         Gallery, Banff Centre for the Arts, AB, Canada.

COLLABORATIVE EXHIBITIONS
2014 ThisPlace Vancouver, creation and development of interactive and collaborative archive
         with Michael de Courcy, Igor Santizo and Emilio Rojas: http://thisplace.grunt.ca
2013 ThisPlace Backgound Vancouver, with Michael de Courcy, Igor Santizo and Emilio Rojas, 
          mapping and re-enactment process-installation, Grunt Gallery, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
2012 Eternal Network, live-feed / radio streamed performance, with Hank Bull and Francoise   
         Roux, Art’s Birthday at: Banff Centre for the Arts (Banff, Alberta), Western Front 
         (Vancouver, British Columbia), and Kunstradio ORF (Vienna).

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2014 Eight Ounces Half a Pound, perfomative installation. Access Gallery, Vancouver, BC,  
         Canada: Guadalupe Martinez, Katherine Souscie, Tommy Ting.
2014 SUPERMOON, performative installation. Graduate Exhibition Morris and Helen Belkin
         Art Gallery, Vancouver, BC, Canada: Fabiola Carranza, Todd Evanger, Marie Horstead,
         Guadalupe Martinez, Kate Moss, Setareh Yasan.
2014 Teaching Material, video-installation. AHVA Gallery, Vancouver, BC, Canada: Chris
         Howison, Zoe Kreye & Catherine Grau, Natalie LeBlanc, Guadalupe Martinez, Kate
         Moss, Heidi Nagtegaal, Erin Siddall, Guillermo Trejo
2013 Ten Thousand Suns / PRGRSS, installation. Belkin Satellite, Vancouver, Canada: Rebecca
         Belmore, Tanya Tagaq, Luke Parnell, Guadalupe Martinez, Abbas Akhavan, Jamie Look,  
         Ali Ahadi, Erin Siddall, Carlos Colín and Brianne Nord-Stewart.
2013 Infr’action Venezia, participatory performance. Venice, Italy.       
2013 In This Together / Conjured Citations, performance. Access Gallery, Vancouver, BC,
         Canada.
2013 Bad Habits / Todo lo Posible, performative-sculpture. AHVA Gallery, University of British
         Columbia, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
2013 Resonant Existent(s), sculpture. AHVA Gallery, Vancouver, BC,
         Canada.
2013 Anatomize Obfuscation, sculpture. The Commons, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
2012 With-Within-Without, performance. PAARC SWARM Festival, Shudder Gallery, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
2012 KEGGER, sculpture. Vermont Studio Center’s Red Mill Gallery, VT, USA. 
2011 The Drag, performance. LIVE BIENNALE, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
2011 Chain Letter, video. Samson Projects, Boston, USA.
2010 From Woolf to Borges, from my mother to me…, performance. Western Front, Vancouver,
         BC, Canada.
2008 Tèrre a Tierra, prints. Galería Pasaje 17, Bs. As. Argentina.
2007 Salón Nacional de Arte Textil, textile installation. Palais de Glace, Bs. As., Argentina
2006 Periferias, textile installation. VI Bienal Latinoamericana de Grabado, Centro Cultural
         Borges, Bs. As., Argentina.
2006 Salón Nacional de Arte Textil, textile installation. Palais de Glace, Bs. As., Argentina
2004 Al Borde de la Gráfica, Museo Nacional del Grabado, prints. Bs. As., Argentina.
2004 Salón Nacional de Textil, textile installation. Palais de Glace, Bs. As., Argentina
2003 Memoria-Cuerpo-Identidad, textile installation. Centro Cultural Gral. San Martín, Bs. As.,
         Argentina.

ARTICLES AND PUBLICATIONS
2014 Tarah Hogue, The Refeatured Landscape: Embodied Approaches to the Imaging of the  
         City, Decoy Magazine and Balcone Art Society. Editor: Lauren Marsden. Vancouver.
         Kimberly Phillips, The Weight of Things, Eight Ounces Half a Pound, Access Gallery.
         Printed by Bond Reproductions, Vancouver.
2014 Dana Claxton, Together Doings: Presence in the work of Guadalupe Martinez, SUPERMOON: Graduate exhibition catalogue, BRICKPRESS, Vancouver.
2013 Jeremy Jaud, Ten Thousand Suns, Belkin Satellite, Vancouver.
2013 Tobin Gibson, Who – me (what – this)?, The Commons, Vancouver.
2013 Polina Bachlakova, SCULPT, PERFORM, BUILD, Beatroute Magazine, Vancouver.  
2012 Jordan Green, Visiting artist explores health, localism and community, Yes Weekly,   
          Greensboro NC.
2011 Lois Klassen, Poetry Battles, LIVE Biennale, Vancouver.
2010 Christopher Dzierzawa, What Remains in the Silence, Shudder Gallery, Vancouver.

RESIDENCIES
2013 Dorchester Projects’ Archive-House, Engagement Residency, Rebuild Foundation, Chicago, USA
2012 Elsewhere Collective, Self-directed residency, Greensboro, NC, USA
2012 Vermont Studio Center, Self-directed residency, Vermont, VT, USA
2011 STAG (Strathcona Art Gallery), Vancouver, BC, Canada.
2010 Banff Center for the Arts, Ken Lum’s Master Class: The object of art and art as object,
         Alberta, Canada.
2009 Hammock Residency, Vancouver, BC, Canada.

COMMITTEES
2013-2014 DOWN ON THE CORNER, founded with Kate Moss: a nomad platform for
          intervention and conversation, Vancouver, BC, Canada:
          http://downdownonthecorner.tumblr.com
2012-present Board of Directors, LIVE Biennale, Vancouver, BC, Canada: http://livebiennale.ca

TEACHING EXPERIENCE
2014 Teaching Assistant, University of British Columbia, Canada.
         VISA 110: Digital Media. Responsibility and course description: attending lecture by Prof.
         Christine D’Onofrio. Partially programming and fully instructing 3-hour studio labs
         focusing of photography and moving image within digital media examined through the
         machine’s role in the creation and reception of representation and how it has changed
         through history, specifically art history. Topics are introduced and inform visual
         arts projects, in particular, ‘conceptual’ and ‘appropriation’ practices.

2013 Teaching Assistant, University of British Columbia, Canada.
         VISA 183: Introduction to contemporary art. Responsibility and course description:
         attending lecture by Prof. Gareth James. Partially programming and fully instructing 3-hour
         studio labs that focused on contemporary art practices, emphasizing the relationship
         between meanings and materials, art historical contexts and concepts, and non-traditional
         materials. Grading and first hand interaction, supervising, and support to students.

         VISA 183: Introduction to contemporary art. Responsibility and course description:
         attending lecture by Prof. Christine D´Onofrio. Partially plan and fully instruct 3-hour
         studio labs that focused on contemporary art practices, emphasizing the relationship
         between meanings and materials, art historical contexts and concepts, and non-traditional
         materials. Grading and first hand interaction, supervising, and support to students.