Rosa Vallori (Mallorca, 1990) lives and works in Barcelona. In her practice, she looks for a formal and conceptual approach to the idea of protection and to the ways of operating spontaneously in the daily life. Her work explores objects in a research on materials, colours, textures. In this procedural work, where materials are often perishable, impermanence is something that remains. It is present in the structures and in the materials, often formed by the rests of any attempt to produce. She plays on the edge of what one can perceive, as understated humoristic acts. It is a work that doubts, evolving towards the unfinished, from a vulnerability that goes hand in hand with an appreciation of some physical form that she cares for.
She is graduated in Fine Arts by the Universitat de Barcelona (ES) and the Hogeschool voor de Kunsten van Utrecht (NL). She has been a resident at NauEstruch (Sabadell, ES) and at the HISK, Hoger Instituut voor Schone Kunsten (Ghent, BL) in the international exchange program of Sala d’Art Jove (Barcelona). She has been selected for Ciutat de Palma Antoni Gelabert Visual Arts Awards (ES) and Miquel Casablancas Awards (ES). Her work has been shown at Espai Pàtara (Barcelona), Casal Solleric (Palma, ES) and Fabra i Coats.
Support: Institut d’Estudis Baleàrics