Santiago Pinyol (Bogotá, 1982) works as an undisciplined artist, situating his practice on the border between art and education. In his work he explores the logic of power and its effects, focusing especially on processes of (in)visibility and (in)materiality; in language, visual culture, work, architecture, everyday life. Responding to his context, he produces installations, interventions, cultural platforms and ephemeral schools. Since 2010 he alternates between individual work and work in collaboration with Garage School and CARNE Gallery. Currently, he lives in Rotterdam and works as a professor in the Autonomous Practices at the Willem de Kooning Academy.

Graduated from the Master of Artistic Research at the Complutense University of Madrid in 2010, some of the recent projects and exhibitions in which he has participated include: SoMeMeR uNSCHooL @ Formation Camp @ de Appel (Amsterdam). A river plus a river is not two rivers: a temporary support office for those who fear sealed envelopes @ Available and the Rat (Rotterdam). What there is of others in us @ SGR Gallery, Bogaota.

Bogotá, Rotterdam