Peressini, Ayelen

Bauenos Aires, 1986

Resident of tallerBDN

Graduated in Fine Arts specializing in Sculpture from the University of Barcelona (UB), Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM) and Universidade de Lisboa (FBAUL). She continued his training at Studio Town I Piergiorgio Robino in Turin, Italy. In 2013 began the Master in Artistic Creation, Realisms and surroundings at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona. During 2014 and 2015 participates actively in architectural design Hello Wood Play with balance, architectural experiments and Project Village Csórompuszta, Hungary.

In 2016, he obtained the Artistic Creation Scholarship of the Guasch Coranty Foundation and the Van Beek Donner Stichting – PZI- MIARD and the Santander CRUE-CEPYME 2015 Scholarship.

He has participated in a project of Sustainable Architecture and construction with cane directed by the team of Canyaviva in Sintra, Portugal. As of that moment, his interest in those new work models grew that allow to explore the edges between Art and Design, and more especially, between Art and Architecture.

He has participated in collective exhibitions such as the Art Route. Castelló d’Empúries (2016); Do you believe? Miquel Casablancas Prize – Residentes SAC 2015.16. Center for Contemporary Art of Barcelona, Fabra i Coats. Barcelona (2016), Guasch Coranty Foundation. Private Art Foundation University of Barcelona (2016); Stripart XIX. Young Art Show. Barcelona (2014); Exhibition Finalists Sculpture. Museo Nacional del Traje and P. Botánico Monteiro-Mor. Lisbon (2011) and Dolls of Lisbon. Antagonist Movement collective. New York City (2010), among others.

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For a Mirror
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A drift