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Valentina Alvarado Matos (1986, Maracaibo) has a degree in Graphic Design from 
The University of Zulia, where she was a professor at the Faculty of Experimental Arts.


In 2014 she completed her Master's in Contemporary Artistic Creation at the University of
Barcelona and a ceramic cycle at Scola L´Industrial.

Her pieces have been exhibited at Microscope Gallery, LA Film Forum, Salzburger Kunstverein, CCCB,

La Casa Encendida, Conde Duque, Fabra i Coats, Mira Festival, Arts, Santa Mònica, Ateljéföreningen Hospitalet,

Viennale, International Film Festival Rotterdam, L ́Alternativa, Oberhausen, Festival Punto de Vista,

Ambulante, XCentric, SFCinemateque, Filmoteca de Catalunya, LOOP Festival, Chiquita Room,

S8 Cinema Mostra Perifèrico, Espai 2 Àngels, among others.

She received grants such as Fundación Guasch Corany, Premis Barcelona, OSIC and

Can Felipa, Cine en Cauce, Master LAV, Red Cubo Verde, Servei de Rehabilitació Comunitària de Les Corts and

Fundación Randstad are some of the places where she has taught or given lessons.

She has been in different residencies like The Liaison of Independent Filmmakers of
Toronto (LIFT), La Escocesa, Cultura Resident - Museu de Bellas Artes de Castellón, Fora de Camp,

and Matadero Madrid.


Her work has been included in the book Remains–Tomorrow: Themes in Contemporary Latin American Abstraction

by Cecilia Fajardo-Hill and her films are distributed by Light Cone.

She currently lives and works in Barcelona where she is an artist resident at Hangar.



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