| Leonardo/ISASTwith Arizona State University

Javiera Tejerina-Risso

Media Artist

Tejerina-Risso is a french-chilean artist and researcher who interrogates the concept of flow and movement through films, photographs and installations. Her artistic research seeks to highlight the impermanence of nature and the possible traces that can be retrieved. Tejerina-Risso artworks question the plasticity of matter and time, which encouraged her to set up art and sciences collaborations. After audiovisual studies, she joined the SPEAP Master a program of experimentation in arts and politics at Sciences Po, Paris, under the direction of Bruno Latour. She is currently a PhD fellow in media art at Aix-Marseille University. Her works have been shown in France, Germany, USA and Turkey. Since 2009, Tejerina-Risso co-leads with Diego Ortiz, the interdisciplinary lab Flux(o) in Marseilles that develops, experiments with and produces artistic and audiovisual works. She plans to collaborate with Patrice le Gal while in residence.

Journal Articles:
Leonardo Gallery

Leonardo at Djerassi 4.0 Gallery

June 2018