Marina Moreno is an interdisciplinary artist working internationally. She began her career as a photographer and a dance artist. Described as an eclectic artist, she continues to investigate intersections between visual art, movement and performance, refusing to fix her practice in any one media or style.
Her work includes installation, video, film, animation, photography, drawing, dance, theatre, live art and sculpture. Often concerned with political and social queries, her art practice investigates subjects such as identity, feminism, migration, displacement and trans-nationalism. Collaboration and sharing ideas with others constitutes a strong part of her research and practice that can be performative, through a mixture of performance and installation she engages participation during its realization.
FASHION VICTIM 2
Durational performance/installation about child labour
VENICE VENDING MACHINE
Public Art Performance and installation collaborative and interactive focusing on participation
Socially engaged work bringing cohesion through art practice
Installation with performers performing themselves and coming from different social and cultural background
Installation with chance,
dance, gesture and impulsion imprints