b. 1964 in Lisbon, Portugal; lives in Lisbon, Portugal
Exhibition at Natalie and James Thompson Gallery, San Jose State University
Since 1989, Miguel Palma has explored matters related with the world’s hurried technological development, proposing alternative (and ironic) paths to this hunger of new. Selected previous venues include the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Berardo Museum, Culturgest, National Museum of Contemporary Art – Lisbon; Serralves Museum – Oporto; Bloomberg Space – London; Prospect.1 – New Orleans Art Biennial; Location One, ISE Foundation – New York; Faulconer Gallery – Iowa; MUDAM – Luxemburg; Museu Pateo Herreriano, Laboral, Centro 2 de Mayo – Spain; Villa Arson and FRAC Limousin – France. Palma has been a resident artist at Location One-NY, ISCP-NY and the Headlands Center for the Arts in California.