Tamara Kuselman (Buenos Aires) is doing "Performance as Process" residency at Delfina Foundation in London, UK. She just finished a one-year residency at Jan Van Eyck Academie, in Maastricht, NL. She attended Artist Program at Torcuato Di Tella University during 2016. She got her MFA at Sandberg Institute with Jason Dodge, Nicoline van Harskamp and Raimundas Malašauskas in Amsterdam after studied Fine Arts at University of Barcelona.
Her performances include “Falling Will Not Take you Further than the Ground” at Arnhem Museum. NL (Arnhem, 2016). "Free Fall” at Stedelijk Museum Bureau Amsterdam (SMBA) (Amsterdam, 2016), “The Schizophrenic Prop” for Feel the Discourse! at Guest Projects (London, 2015),“Falling Will Take You No Further Than the Ground” at Frestas Trienal de Artes (Sorocaba, 2014), “Don’t let your heat slip away” at CA2M, (Madrid, 2014). “Still live with Blackcocks" at Bourgeois Leftovers, De Appel Arts Center (Amsterdam, 2013), “El poder del ahora”, Rita McBride’s “Blind Dates” at MACBA (Barcelona, 2012), “We All Shine On” at SMART Project Space (Amsterdam, 2010).
She has participated in group shows such as “Generaciones 2016” at La Casa Encendida, (Madrid, 2016). 2014. “Frestas” Trienal de Artes (Sorocaba, 2014), “Collective Fictions” at Nouvelle Vagues at Palais de Tokio (Paris 2013), “The Suspicious of Suspense”. Trafó Gallery (Budapest 2012), “This is Not an Art Show, Either” at Center for Contemporary Art of Barcelona (Barcelona 2012), “Before Everything”, CA2M (Madrid, 2010), among others.
She will be attending a residency at International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) in New York CIty next year. She was shortlisted for Federico Klemm Price and for the Salón Nacional de Rosario in 2016 in Argentina. Kuselman made a residency at Hangar (Barcelona), The Banff Center (Banff) and at Smart Project Space (Amsterdam). In 2015 she got the grants Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst (AFK) and Stichting Stokroos Stipend, for the production of the performance “Free Fall” at SMBA, Amsterdam and also the grant Generaciones in Madrid for the production of her video “Cerrar bien la puerta y tirar las llaves a la alcantarilla”. In 2011 she won the Injuve Prize and was given the Miquel Casablancas grant (Barcelona).