Yolanda Spinola (Spain)

Yolanda Spinola

PhD and graduated on Fine Art with honours and emphasis on Sculpture and Printmaking and Design at the University of Seville. International Master of Creation and Design on Interactive Systems. MECAD/Ramón Llull University. In addition to her theoretical works, she has participated in solo and collective art exhibitions as well as in national and international art symposiums since 1987. Public and private institutions have incorporated her works, which have received official prizes and recognitions for. Some of her artist-on-residence and researcher granted stays: The Metropolitan Museum of New York and The Museum of Modern Art de New York, Washington University in Seattle. Washington St./ Accademia I gave Belle Arti, Laboratory of Sculpture S.G.F. Carrara, Italy, Fondazione Fabio Cassartelli. Italy, S. Sculptor´s Ass. Vancouver. Canada Foundation FEE of New York, MECAD/Media Centre of Art and Design of ESDI. And Mediateca. CaixaForum. Barcelona. Spain. Some of her exhibiti
ons: Universal Exhibition Hannover 2000. Germany. Spanish Pavillion, “From Stone and Plate: contemporary prints from Tamarind Institute”. Conley Art Gallery, International Miniprint of Cadaqués. 2001-2005, Concorso Scultura da Vivere”. Fondazione Peano. Cuneo. Italy, International Printmaking Exhibition. Taipei. Taiwan, MIAD/International Digital Art Exhibition. Venado Tuerto. Argentina. 2006, “Mostra di Scultura”. Palazzo Borghese. Italy. 2000, Biennial of Art. Salazar. Burgos. 2002, International Sound Art Festival “Zeppelin”. CCCB. 2005
At this moment she’s interested on newest art-science-technology conjunctions and platforms.

Yolanda Spinola is participating in
Yolanda Spinola self-portrait

  • media art show ://selfportrait – a show for Bethlehem – show for Peace
  • Title: “I see myself throught your eyes”.
    Year of production: 2005.

    SoundLAB – sonic art project environment

    SoundLAB – Edition V
    soundStory – sound as a tool for storytelling
    curated by Melody Parker-Carter

  • SIP – SoundLAB
  • Interview