|Nacimiento:||1986 en Lisboa, Portugal|
|Residencia:||Reside en London, London, City of, Reino Unido|
|Próximas exposiciones colectivas:||Prémio Novos Artistas Fundação EDP 2019|
|Premios ganados:||Prémio Novos Artistas Fundação EDP 2019|
|Galerías y otras organizaciones que le representan:||Lehmann + Silva|
|Organizaciones con obra:||Colecção António Cachola, Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian|
|Profesionales con obra:||António Cachola|
Diana Policarpo is a visual artist and free composer based in London and Lisbon working in drawing, score, sculpture, performance and multi-channel sound installation. She graduated from Goldsmiths College with a MFA in Fine Art in 2013. Her work investigates power relations, popular culture and gender politics, juxtaposing the rhythmic structuring of sound as a tactile material within the social construction of esoteric ideology. She creates performances and installations to examine experiences of vulnerability and empowerment associated with acts of exposing oneself to the capitalist world. As well as working on solo projects she often collaborates and has recently made live performances with Scratch Orchestra, Hákarl, Áine O'Dwyer, AAS, Cabiria, Erinyes and The Orchestra of Futuristic Noise Intoners. Her sound and installation work has been shown in solo exhibitions at Kunstverein Leipzig, DE (2017); lAB Artists Unlimited, Bielefeld, DE (2016); Xero, Kline and Coma, London, UK (2015); Kunsthalle Baden-Baden, DE (2014); and Kunstverein Leipzig, DE (Upcoming). Her work has also been included in recent group exhibitions at Guest Projects, London (UK); Francisco Fino Gallery. Lisbon (PT), Mars Gallery, Melbourne, AU (2017); North Gallery, New Castle, UK (2016); Peninsula Gallery, NYC (2015); W139, Amsterdam, NL (2015); Shaun Fenster, Berlin, DE (2014); AN/DOR, London, UK (2014). Policarpo has recently presented performances and given readings at LUX - Moving Image, Tenderpixel Gallery, Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA), Cafe OTO, Pump House Gallery and IMT Gallery in London.
Los artistas seleccionados por Luísa Santos son: Maria Trabulo, Diana Policarpo y Priscila Fernandes.