Nancy D. Valladares

BIO



Nancy Dayanne Valladares (b.1991) is an interdisciplinary artist, filmmaker and educator from Tegucigalpa, Honduras.  Her image-based practice delves into the formation of optical tools and their accompanying visual regimes. Nancy’s practice closely examines photography’s historical entanglement with botanical imaginaries and chemical legacies.

 Valladares completed her Bachelor in Fine Arts from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a Masters of Science in Art, Culture and Technology from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Valladares was recently a Fellow at Harvard University’s Film Studies Center, A Fialkow Fellow from the Transmedia Storytelling Initiative at MIT, and a resident at the Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau in Germany. Her work has been exhibited  and screened at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sakiya (Palestine), Weisner Gallery, Chuquimarca Projects, Sullivan Galleries, Goethe Institute, Bauhaus Dessau, The Art Institute of Chicago, and Ralph Arnold Gallery.


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WRITING


  • (Essay) On Image Metabolisms, in Vegetation Under Power: Heat, Breath, Growth : Bauhaus Taschenbuch #26 ( Forthcoming)




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