Name/Artist Nick: Ana Rita Canhão Personal URL (optional): IG: FB: Country: Portugal Work title/duration: I Should Relate Sometime How I Changed Year/country when/where it was made: 2020 Spain Short description (1 sentence): A woman in her intimacy while waves clash, dogs howl and the world changes. Explication (no more than 600 words): The confrontation between the private and the public, the inside and the outside. The relation we have with the outside and the resistance we have in being locked and deprived of our freedom. The distance between people. Yet, how some people, even enclosed, are able to better endure better such lacking. CV (optional): Ana Rita Canhão is a Portuguese artist based Spain. Graduated in sculpture and music she has been developing her work using different mediums. Some of her art videos were recently exhibited in (Barcelona, Spain), Performance Køkkenet (Copenhagen, Denmark), Artpro Art Initiative (Dhaka, Bangladesh), Lacuna Festivals (Canary Islands, Spain) and Espacio Cómplices (Madrid, Spain). Upcoming during 2021 she will have a video exhibited at Art Lover Ground (Barcelona, Spain) and an installation at White Lab (Madrid, Spain). Previously, her work has been exhibited, for instance, at Galeria Antoni Pinyol (Reus, Spain, 2019); at the ICIA 2018: International Competition for Intermedia Artwork (Krakow, Poland, 2018); at the gallery Messier 42 (Krakow, Poland, 2016), at Maus Hábitos (Porto, Portugal, 2016), at the Muzeum OkrÄ™gowego Ziemi Kaliskiej (Kalis, Poland, 2015). Links to your works or any promo that you would like to share (optional): Link of the work: Artist's website: How you know about the festival: Facebook

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