Alice Bucknell
Wednesday Kim
Xia Han
Léa Porré
Kumbirai Makumbe
Eda Sarman
Juan Covelli
Georgia Tucker
Keiken x Ryan Vautier
Chrystal Ding
Giovanni Muzio
Moisés Horta Valenzuela
Lorem
Pat Pataranutaporn
Isabella Salas × Nora Golic
Chris Kore
Carrie Able
Sven Eberwein
Mike Tyka
Ultrabianka
Mario Klingemann
Stepan Ryabchenko
Moises Sanabria
Jake Elwes
Angela Eames
Grayson Cooke
Fabiola Larios
Julia Kobel
Sophie Rogers
Camila Roriz (Cibymili)
Rachel Noble
Snow Yunxue Fu
Michael Pantuso
Max Colson
Marick Roy
Irene P Tello
Matthias Dörfelt

Vacation at the End of the World

Juan Covelli

Juan Covelli is a Colombian artist and independent curator currently living and working in Bogatá, where he teaches at Universidad El Bosque/Universidad Javeriana, he also runs the online art platform Nmenos1. Covelli’s practice revolves around the technological potentials of 3D scanning, modelling and printing to readdress entrenched arguments of repatriation and colonial histories.

Juan Covelli is a Colombian artist and independent curator currently living and working in Bogatá, where he teaches at Universidad El Bosque/Universidad Javeriana, he also runs the online art platform Nmenos1. A graduate of MA Contemporary Photography; Practice and Philosophies at Central Saint Martins, Covelli’s practice revolves around the technological potentials of 3D scanning, modelling and printing to readdress entrenched arguments of repatriation and colonial histories. Using video, modelling, data sets and coding; he creates IRL and URL installation-based works which collapse historical practices with current models of display and digital aesthetics.

Solo and group shows include: How to dust the surface, Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, Warrington (2018); and Nexcuitilamatl, Galería ADM, Mexico City (2017). As well as groups shows: Pressentness, Esación Terrana, Bogotá; Well Now WTF?, Silicon Valet, Online; Simbiosis Entropica, Museo de Pereira, Pereira; Pixels Fest, Yeltsin Centre, Yekaterinburg (2020); ARTECAMARA, Artbo, Bogotá; Roca Lunar, Planetario Distrital, Bogotá; Festival de la Imagen, Centro Cultural Rogelio Salmona, Manizales (2019); INSIDE INTEL, Centre for Investigative Journalism; New Materialities in the Digital Age, Harlesden High Street Gallery curated by Anti-Materia, London; Out of Space, AVD Gallery, Online; The image of things, Guttormsgaard Arkiv, Oslo (2018); and The Choice of a New Generation, The Muse Gallery, London (2017).

His practice has been presented at the UCL Multimedia Anthropology Lab in London, and he was an invited artist for the In-Ruins residency programme.

Unique Tour

Juan Covelli is offering a guided tour into the software that created Terra Incognita (2019), resulting in the creation of a unique edition print with a perspective and environmental conditions of your choosing. For details about this opportunity please inquire below and a member of our team will get in touch.

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Juan Covelli
is presented by
Off Site Project