Loreto Binvignat Streeter is a designer and artist whose work brings together design, sustainability, innovation and research. She is an Art graduate from Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC).
Laia Blasco Soplon is the director of UOC’s Bachelor’s Degree in Art. She holds a degree in Fine Arts from the Universitat de Barcelona and is a candidate on UOC’s Online PhD Programme in Information Technology and Networks. Her artistic and academic research focuses on the creation, study and critique of interactive visual tools for experimentation and learning.
Joan Codina Donaire is an artist. His interest in art-making can be understood as an obsession with creating images that depict human beings and their relationships and behaviours. His works reflect on life, art and human misery, and from daily life, absurdity and irony he looks to create new realities which lay bare our contradictions.
Albert Comerma Bertran is an electric guitarist who plays live and records in Spain, and is a guitar and music teacher, a columnist in didactics for Cutaway Guitar Magazine and an endorser of different international brands. Currently, his work on electric guitar and thought is carried out under the name Eremitt.
Patricia Esquivias is a storyteller and narrator. In her videos, drawings, photography, sculptures and installations she deconstructs hegemonic narratives and offers alternative routes to reconstruct them and rediscover lost stories, taking as her point of departure events, characters, cultural objects, phenomena from pop culture and archive images. She has displayed her work in Spain (Museo Reina Sofía, Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona), Germany (Frankfurter Kunstverein, 5th Berlin Biennale), the USA (White Columns, New Museum, Hammer Museum, Midway Contemporary Art) and the UK (EASTInternational, Tate Modern).
María Iñigo Clavo is a professor on UOC’s Bachelor’s Degree in Art. Her research themes include colonialism, museology, modernity and its inventions of otherness, critical heritage, and art and curatorship in Latin America, with a focus on Brazilian art.
Germán Labrador Méndez is the director of the Museo Reina Sofía’s Public Activities Department.
Matteo Locci is a multimedia artist and researcher who articulates his work through collaboration with multiple collectives of which he is either a member or ally. Among other collectives, he is the co-founder of the ATI collective from Rome (2014), whose work considers questions around contemporary political representations, architectural ideology and interventions in public space. He is a founding member of the collective Funduk (2020), where he works on perceptive and interactive concerns in the link between speech, language and politics.
Alba López Revelles is a multi-disciplinary artist whose concerns from a very young age have revolved around the art world, particularly drawing, literature and poetry. She began a degree in Fine Arts at Universitat de Barcelona, and continued her studies at UOC. The themes she explores include violence, introspection and the gender condition, and also works on herself using her alter ego “el lobo” (the wolf).
Aida Martí Pago is an interior designer and Art graduate at UOC. In parallel with her art studies, she has embarked upon a personal and professional project as a freelance artist, employing different languages and techniques in her work to create a symbiosis between training and practice. She currently works as a drawing teacher in secondary education.
Clàudia Pagès Rabal is a visual artist, performer and writer. Her most recent work focuses on the logistics system and its link to jurisdictional language, with both operating in the verb tense of a non-finite and violent gerund which has direct effects on bodies. She has performed and exhibited at Fundació Joan Miró and Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona (Barcelona), Vleeshal Center for Contemporary Art (Middelburg), La Casa Encendida (Madrid), Hebbel am Ufer (Berlin), Capc Musée d'art contemporain de Bordeaux (Bordeaux) and the Sharjah Art Foundation (United Arab Emirates), among others.
Aida Sánchez de Serdio Martín holds a PhD in Fine Arts from Universitat de Barcelona and is a professor on UOC’s Bachelor’s Degree in Art. Her main field of specialisation is educational and community practices in relation to arts and culture, understood as a place to produce knowledge, political debate and social transformation.
Cesc Sidera Roca is an Art graduate at UOC. He is a freelance sound artist and composer with over fifteen years’ experience in creating and developing community art and culture projects. In recent years, the body of his art projects has sparked dialogue between experimentation, research and the socialisation of sound and listening as an art object and social agent.