Arantxa Araujo by Jim Bolanos

Arantxa Araujo

Arantxa Araujo is a Mexican multidisciplinary feminist artist with a background in neuroscience based in NYC. She is interested in repetition and duration to access heightened states of awareness. Her work explores biobehavioral research, gender constructions and politics of migration; its affects and consequences in the construction of identity and performativity by using video, mapping, LEDs and performance. Her work has been shown in the Brooklyn Museum, University Settlement, Glasshouse Gallery, Queens Museum, Panoply Lab, Art in Odd Places in NYC; El Monumento a la Revolución, and El Vicio, in Mexico; RAW during Miami Art Week; The Semel and Huret & Spector Gallery in Boston; and SPACE Gallery and Bunker Projects in Pittsburgh; Nuit Blanche Festival in Saskatoon, Canada. She holds an MA in Motor Learning and Control from Teachers College. CONACYT scholarship holder, 2012.

[email protected] Spring 2018

Past Classes & Events

FREE PANEL | Secret Journey: Stop Calling Them Dangerous #2

May 18 – May 19, 2019
event

Movement Research at the Judson Church

March 05, 2018
performance