Department of Art History
maria molina∂ kit edu
Mayte Gomez-Molina (Madrid, 1993) is a Spanish writer and new media artist whose practice is based in 3D animation, VR, and video production and appropriation as tools for expanded poetry. Her work explores the body as a political subject and perception as a social agreement. Her research practice is focused on the displaced materiality of the virtual in our lives and its impact in our identities and lives, and on how the digital and the moving image are spaces that can create conversations around the present, the future, but also the personal and the historical past.