|Nacimiento:||1989 en Porto, Portugal|
|Residencia:||Reside en Porto, Portugal|
|Premios ganados:||Prémio Novo Banco Revelação 2018|
|Organizaciones con obra:||Fundação Bienal de Cerveira, Fundação EDP, Universidade do Porto|
Living and working in Porto and Vienna. Maria has sustained an active artistic work exhibiting both individually and collectively, since 2010, and has been awarded several times for her work both in Portugal and abroad. Has had participations as an artist in various publications and artist-run online projects and magazines, among other participations as an artist in festivals, seminars, and talks, and artist residencies in Germany, Portugal, Italy and Greece. Additionally, in regards to her interest in collaborating with others, over the course of her practice Maria has developed collaborative pieces with various professionals in the fields of arts, architecture and performing arts. Trabulo was in 2012 the founding member of collective Expedição, based in Porto and focused in reactivating the artistic practice in the city and the supporting of local artists amidst the financial crisis, with a program based in the intersection of different generations of local and non-local artist,. and will in 2018 initiate a new artist-run space in Porto joint with artist Jérémy Pajeanc. Maria holds a Master degree in Art&Science from the Academy of Applied Arts in Vienna, and she previously graduated in Fine Arts at the University of Fine Arts in Porto and the Academy of Fine Arts in Iceland. Selected solo and group exhibitions: MAAT Lisbon; Teatro Rivoli, Porto; Quartier General, La Chaux-de-Fonds; Schneiderei, Vienna; Galeria Municipal Almeida Garrett, Porto; Neo-Realism Museum, V.F.Xira; Kluckyland, Vienna; Ungart Gallery Vienna; Múrias Centeno Gallery Porto; Cristina Guerra Contemporary Art Gallery Lisbon; Pavilhão 31 Lisbon; Escritório Espaço Avenida Lisbon; Karat, Cologne; Super Tokonoma Kassel; A Ilha Porto; Serralves Museum Porto. Selected participations as artist: The Museum Reader - Chiado Museum Lisbon; Wrong Wrong Magazine; Dienstag Abend - Heraklion and Vienna; Festival Circular - Vila do Conde; The Politics of Images - Kunsthalle Wien; DDMMYYYY; Drawn to Places
Mirat Projects / Madrid, España
Museu do Neo-Realismo / Vila Franca de Xira, Lisboa, Portugal
Museu de Arte, Arquitetura e Tecnologia (MAAT) / Lisboa, Portugal
Su trabajo ha sido premiado por instituciones internacionales relevantes y ha desarrollado varias colaboraciones con profesionales del campo de las artes, la arquitectura y las artes performativas.
Los artistas seleccionados por Luísa Santos son: Maria Trabulo, Diana Policarpo y Priscila Fernandes.