Fernanda Aquere is an artist, curator, teacher and cultural agent. She has developed her work in different areas of the visual and performing arts, based on her understanding of art as a field that generates knowledge and a place where creative praxis and a critical gaze open the possibility of operating in other fields. It is from this conceptual and ideological basis that she generates strategies and imagines and creates the conditions that favour collective artistic production. The consistent mark of her creative practice is artistic production through experimentation with new languages and technological resources.
Fernanda Aquere (San Gregorio, Santa Fe – 1968. Currently lives and works in the city of Santa Fe). She has graduated in Fine Arts from the Universidad Nacional de Rosario and carries out curatorial, pedagogical and cultural projects. In 2005, she co-founded the independent production and management group, Germina Campos, with which she curated shows, publications and managed training spaces up until 2010. She was also the Host Curator for the Moderno Federal programme in the city of Santa Fe and curator at Conversación Rosa, an activity by visual artist Ana Gallardo that took place at the Museo Rosa Galisteo de Rodríguez in the city of Santa Fe. In 2020, she was awarded the Máscara Prize by the Municipality of the City of Santa Fe for her work in the performing arts. She has been a juror at national salons, awards and competitions. She was producer, costume designer and set designer for Adrían Airala’s play La Jauría de las Damas [Ladies’ Pack], selected for the 2018 Festival Internacional de las Artes de Armenia-Colombia.