Nuria Fuster (Alcoi, 1978) has been investigating the material part of reality, not only as a device for self-reflection, but also as a way to establish focal points in behaviors and processes that evidence the natural hegemony of things. Primitive agents such as air, fire, temperature changes or gravity actively participate and determine the work, either on its surface, through actions or as a representation of themselves and their context.
The collection of local industrial and natural objects acts as a working policy that establishes a connection between the local and the universal. A fractalic system that does not stop turning on itself.
Nuria Fuster holds a degree in Fine Arts by Politechnic University of Valencia. She has also completed sculpture courses in La Academia di Belle Arti in Rome and she currently lives in Berlin. Her work has been exhibited in national and international galleries. Some are Marta Cervera Gallery in Madrid, the Newman Popiashvili Gallery in New York and Hamish Morrison Galerie in Berlín. She has taken part in several group shows, particularly in Spain. Her work has been shown in art centers such as Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid , MACUF, Domus Artium in Salamanca, Centre d’Art Santa Mònica, Patio Herreriano in Valladolid, La Casa Encendida, MEIAC, Tabacalera, or WUK in Viena. She has been awarded prestigious grants like Marcelino Botín scholarship and La Casa Velázquez grant. In addition, she has been the recepient of awards like Generaciones de Caja Madrid.