Alejandro Alonso Díaz is a curator and writer whose practice explores the metabolic encounters between natural, social and poetic structures of knowledge. His work attends to intimate epistemologies traversed by notions of ecology, love and resilience, often based on an inquiry into other possible forms of existence and radical otherness. As a curator he has participated in exhibitions and projects at FUTURA, Prague; Serpentine Galleries, London; Fundación Botín, Santander, CAAC, Vilnius, or documenta fifteen, among others. His texts have appeared in publications such as Mousse, Frieze or Terremoto, as well as in various catalogs and publications. He is currently co-editing (with INLAND Campo Adentro) the book Microbiopolitics of Milk (Sternberg Press, 2022).
Díaz is director of fluent, an organization dedicated to contemporary art that produces and shows cycles of exhibitions, texts and public programs.