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AutorGloria Oyarzabal
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Tirada 20 + 5 A/P

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Gloria Oyarzabal

Biography: Gloria Oyarzabal (London, 1971), visual artist and photographer, graduated in Fine Arts, programmer and co-founder of the Sala de Cine Independiente "La Enana Marrón" (Madrid, 1999-09), diversifies her professional activity between photography, film and teaching. She lived 3 years in Mali, developing her interest in the construction of the African imaginary, the processes of colonization/decolonization, the new tactics of colonialism and the diverse voices in African feminisms.

 Her awards include Landskrona Foto Dummy Award 2018 (Sweden) for her photobook Picnos Tshombé, Encontros da Imagem Discovery Award 2018 (Portugal), FotoFestival Lodz Grand Prix 2019 (Poland), Meitar Award for Excellency in Photography PHOTO ISRAEL 2020 (Tel Aviv), IMAGES VEVEY Dummy Award 2019 (Switzerland), BBA Gallery Foto Prize 2020 (Berlin, Germany) and the Aperture Paris Photo Best Photobook of the Year Award 2020 for her photobook Woman Go No'Gree, European Photography 2022 (Reggio Emilia, Italy).

 Work: COREOGRAFÍA IV (from the series USUS FRUCTUS ABUSUSUS) , 2022

In Roman Law, property was defined as the absolute and full enjoyment of an object or corporeal entity. USUS was the right of the owner to make use of the object according to its destination or nature; FRUCTUS was the right to receive the fruits; ABUSUS was the right of disposition based on the power to modify, sell or destroy it. Ownership was perpetual, absolute and exclusive. Based on the concept of ownership, a two-voice dialogue is proposed, addressing issues of plunder, "race" and gender.


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