Since 1989, Miguel Palma has been an
active multi-media artist who lives and works in Lisbon, Portugal.His projects explore matters related
with the world’s hurried technological development, proposing alternative (and
ironic) paths to this hunger of new.
Palma will present an exhibition at the 2010
ZER01 art & technology festival in San Jose from August 31 – September
Selected previous venues include the
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Berardo Museum, Culturgest, and National Museum
of Contemporary Art in Lisbon; Serralves Museum in Oporto; Bloomberg Space in
London; Prospect.1; New Orleans Art Biennial; Location One and ISE Foundation
in New York; Faulconer Gallery in Iowa; MUDAM in Luxemburg;Museu Pateo Herreriano, Laboral, and
Centro 2 de Mayo in Spain;and
Villa Arson in France.
Palma has been a resident artist at
Location One and ISCP in New York and Headlands Center for the Arts in