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DANIELA RIBEIRO


SCIENTIFIC SURREALISM “I feel motivated by the impact of social transformations caused by technology. The transition from a childhood in nature to adulthood in the western society forced me to exchange my concept of reality and allowed me to understand the differences between developed and growing civilisations. I found in scientific surrealism a critical way of expressing my sensitivity to the coincidence of different cultures and the way their history reacts to the advances in technology.�


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BIOGRAPHY With Portuguese background Daniela Ribeiro is born in 1972 and it is in Angola where she grows up and studies. She moves to Portugal in 1993 where she takes a course in Design, Image and Creation by Computer. Further studies take her to graduation in International Relations in Lisbon’s Universidade Lusíada in 1998. In 2000, she attends the painting course at the Lisbon Fine Arts Society (Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes). In 2006 is accepted at Ar.Co for the course in sculpture. In 2006 she specialises in Resin and Silicon Moulds at the Pascal Rosier School in Paris, and is invited by Mâitre Pascal Rosier to give classes in Lisbon. She exhibits individually since 2002 in various spaces in Portugal and abroad including: Espaço Correa e Terenas, 2003; the Beato Convent, 2004; Ermesinde Cultural Centre Gallery, 2005; Engineers Association Gallery (Ordem dos Engenheiros), Lisbon 2005; Arte Dose Gallery, 2006. In 2004 she is invited to create a work for the “Cartaz das Artes” television program for the Portuguese TV station TVI. In 2005 is invited to create four works for the Terreiro do Paço Restaurant in Lisbon. In 2005 she creates ArtinPark, a cross platform art association with fifteen studios to support young artists at the start of their careers. In 2006 she is invited to create two panels for Rentipar Group. She also creates two panels for the new headquarters of Banco Mais designed by architect Gonçalo Byrne. In that same year, she exhibits at the Madrid Art Fair at the stand of the António Prates Gallery. In 2008 participates in Arte Lisboa and has her first individual show at the António Prates Gallery with “The Observer” for which she works with Professor Tribolet from Instituto Superior Tecnico and Bob Fosbury from the European Space Agency. In 2009 exhibits for the first time in Angola and in 2010 is invited to exhibit the Bionic Eye at the Portuguese Communications Foundation in Lisbon and also at the Casino of Lisbon. Towards the end of 2010 Daniela moves to London to establish ArtinPark London at Fiat’s Marylebone premises where she exhibits the Bionic Eye. She also associates with Cork Street HayHill Gallery where her next exhibition “The Uniqueness of Time” is scheduled for May 2011. Additionally, she works in the research and development of her project about the human brain.


Hay Hill Gallery 5a Cork Street Mayfair London www.hayhillgallery.com E: info@hayhillgallery.com

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Daniela Ribeiro