diego del pozo

Member for

4 years




Universidad de Salamanca, Spain

Short bio

Diego del Pozo Barriuso,
Artist, Lecturer and Vice-Dean at the Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Salamanca.
He is also member of the artistic collectives C.A.S.I.T.A., Subtramas and Declinación Magnética.
He develops projects around the social construction of subjectivities. His work is motivated by politicts of emotions, affective economies and how affective dispositifs are produced socially and culturally.
Among his individual exhibitions are those held at the X Central American Biennial in San José, Costa Rica and Managua, Nicaragua in 2016-2017, Diputación de Huesca in 2012, at the CAB de Burgos in 2011 and at ECAT in Toledo in 2009.
He has participated among other collective exhibitions in: XIII Havana Biennial (2019); "... is all this a possibility" in Center del Carme de Valencia (2018); "Some research on images: Building Ghost Transmission" in XIV Biennial Fotonoviembre in TEA-Tenerife Espacio de las Artes (2017); “Anarchivo Sida” in CC Conde Duque de Madrid (2017) and in Tabakalera de San Sebastián (2016); “Our Desire is a Revolution” (2017); “Atlas de the Ruins of Europe ”(2016-17) both at CentroCentro Cibeles in Madrid; “ A really useful knowledge ”at Reina Sofía Museum in Madrid (2014-15); “ Until lions dont have historians… ”(2014-15 ) in Matadero de Madrid; “Apocrypha Colony” in MUSAC de León (2014-15), “Inventer as possible. Une vidéotheque éphémere ” in Jeu de Paume de Paris (2014); “ Here together now ”(2013),“ Our work is never over ”(2012), both in Matadero de Madrid; “ Educating Knowledge ” in MUSAC de León ( 2010); “Apres la fin / valeur travail”, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany (2009) and "Heterotopias", Oktogon of HFBK, Dresden, Germany (2007).
His artistic works are in collections such as: MUSAC de León, Domus Artium 2002 in Salamanca (DA2), Martínez Guerricabeitia Collection, Diputación de Huesca, CDAN of Huesca.


Field of expertise

Affective Economies, Affection, Artistic Affective Dispositifs, Artistic Collaborative Practices, Queer and Feminist Art, Artistic Investigation, Social Coreographies

Working Group

WG3: Evolving strategies
WG5: Evaluation: values, criteria, procedures