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Lorenzo Sandoval is as an artist and curator with base in Berlin. He produces spatial devices that allow different configurations. He works on divergent genealogies of the relationships between textile production, image distribution and computing. He has directed since 2015 The Institute for Endotic Research, a task he shares with Ben Busch since 2018. He is part of the Miracle Workers Collective for the Finnish Pavilion of the 57th Venice Biennale, 2019.
www.lorenzosandoval.net/
www.theinstituteforendoticresearch.org/

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