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Podcast #9

Teresa Solar


1646 sat down with Teresa Solar for a chat about her exhibition BIG MOUTH. WITHIN BOUNDARIES. OOZING OUT., her practice, and network of thought behind it. In this podcast, we discuss oozing elements, the magical interplay between the artist and her clay, foreigner sculptures, but also language and limits.

Teresa Solar’s imaginary is based on the morphology of speech and, by extension, of thought. Morphology is the study of words and how they are formed. Concepts like resistance, insulation, tightness and immunity are developed through a multidisciplinary production focused on sculpture and drawing, sprouting multi-layered narratives. Throat, pore, hatch, tongue, pipe — her pieces are populated with connotations of connectivity and flow. Hers is a practice full of words and full of organs that create words: a talkative work that doubts itself but nevertheless wants to talk.



Teresa Solar (b. 1985) studied Fine Arts at Universidad Complutense of Madrid. Some of her most prominent solo shows include “Ride, ride, ride” in Matadero Madrid (2018) and Index Foundation in Stockholm (2019) and “Flotation Line” at DER TANK, Institut Kunst Basel, Switzerland (2018). She has also created solo exhibits in galleries such as “Time of worms” at Joan Prats Gallery, Barcelona (2021), “Forms of Fleeing” Travesía Cuatro Gallery, Madrid (2020) and “Pumping Station” in Travesía Cuatro CDMX Gallery in Mexico City (2019).

Solar’s work has recently been shown at the Liverpool Biennial 2021 curated by Manuela Moscoso, at the VII international Biennial of Young Art of Moscow (2020) and at the Köln Skulptur Park #9 curated by Chus Martinez  (2017-2020).  She is currently a finalist of the Future Generation Prize 2021-2022 at Pinchuk Foundation in Kiev. Teresa Solar lives and works in Madrid, Spain


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