Pere IV, 345 08020 Barcelona

paula garcía-masedo


(Madrid, 1984) Through sculpture, she approaches the sensitive expression of matter, paying attention to the technopolitical, genealogical, affective and living chains in which it exists immersed. Material culture beats in relation to her practice, as a mode of relation and inscription in the world and in particular communities and places. She addresses form from a materialist approach that begins with the formative process of the material and goes as far as its spatial arrangement, understanding both in connection, linked to specific aesthetics and politics of feeling and existing.

Architect by ETSAM (2011) and Master in Advanced Architectural Projects (2013), she completed the Independent Studies Programme at MACBA (2018).

Her work has been presented at La Capella, Fabra i Coats, CA2M, TEA, La Casa Encendida, CentroCentro, Museu del Disseny de Barcelona, Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Madrid, Blueproject Foundation or the Sandretto Foundation. It is part of the collections of the Comunidad de Madrid/CA2M, Madrid City Council/MAC and the DKV Collection. She has received awards such as the Premi Miquel Casablancas and Propuestas VEGAP. She has been a long-term resident at Hangar (2021-2023).

She co-founded and co-directed, until 2022, Pols (Valencia), an independent space where specifically produced processes were accompanied. She curated Las voces del GPS, at CentroCentro (Madrid), and projects at the galleries Liga DF (Mexico City) and Monoambiente (Buenos Aires). In 2014-15 she co-directed the annual cycle of exhibitions of Madrid Institute of Architects.

She combines her artistic practice with teaching. She has taught at the IED and the Madrid School of Architecture. She writes frequently and her texts have been included in books for centres such as CA2M, CentroCentro, TEA, Museu de Granollers and Museo de Teruel. She has published two books with Caniche editorial.


Pere IV, 345 08020 Barcelona