aka Bosse Sudenburg
Thomas M. Callori
Anetta Mona Chisa
Robert Ladislas Derr
Stanislao Di Giugno
Ra di Martino
Mario Garcia Torres
Sandra Eula Lee
& Stephen Hillerbrand
Arzu Ozkal Telhan
G. Alan Rhodes
Guido van der Werve
Clemens von Wedemeyer
The Two Teams Team, 2008
HD video, color, sound, 10:00 min.
Manuel Saiz started working as an artist in the 1980’s in Spain, creating paintings, sculptures, photography and installations. He shows regularly since then in public and commercial galleries worldwide.
In 1989 he showed a group of installations at the Sao Paulo Biennale and in 1990 he took part in Artificial Nature curated by Jeffrey Deitch at the Deste Foundation in Athens.
Since 1995 he works mainly in video art and media installations. In 1998 he moved to London where he produced Video Hacking, a work that received an honourable mention in European Media Art Festival in Osnabrueck. In 2005 he produced Specialized technicians Required: Being Luis Porcar, which was shown widely and got the firmst Prize in the Winterthur Kurtztfilm Festival.
His installations have been shown in Intercommunication Center (Tokyo), Transmediale (Berlin), Whitechappel gallery (London), ICA (London), among others.
His video productions have been shown at Impakt Festival (Utrecht), EMAF(Osnabruck), London Film Festival, Reina Sofia Art Centre(Madrid), VideoFormes (Clermont-Ferrand), World Wide Video Festival (Amsterdam), among many others.
He has curated artist projects as Art Summer University (Tate Modern London), Communicating Vessels (Hara Museum Tokyo), 25hrs (El Raval Barcelona) or videoDictionary (multiple venues), involving internationally known media artists.
Last year he had a 9 months fellowship at the Spanish Academy in Rome. He has published several books, as the 2009 101 Excuses. How Art Legitimizes Itself.
His video work is distributed by Montevideo in Amsterdam and Vtape in Toronto. He is represented by Galeria Moriarty (Madrid).