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Cristina Hoffmann Muñoz-Seca

Interdisciplinary Artist


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Hoffmann Muñoz-Seca
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Interdisciplinary Artist
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Cristina Hoffmann’s work investigates truth, memory, identity and time; and she plays with machines, interfaces and technologies, in order to explore their poetic, political and formal potential.

An interdisciplinary artist, her creations combine traditional and emergent mediums such as brain-computer interfaces, robotics, electronics, drawing, writing, installation, video, participative actions and performance; seeking across the interstices and interferences between all these registers.
Cristina’s artistic research inquires into human cognition and the body as the terrain where it develops. Her artworks also question the technicality which is inherent to our species, as well as the devices and systems of reality that we make up and live with.

Trained as an engineer in Madrid and Paris, Cristina began her career as a designer specialised in the creation of systems and interfaces allowing for new possibilities in human-machine interaction. During this time, she was one of the pioneers in the establishment of human-centred innovation and Design Thinking for the European tech sector.

Spanish born in Mexico, she has lived and worked in France, Spain, England, Italy and the U.S.A. and has also closely collaborated with the UK, Japan, Israel and The Netherlands. Today she lives and works in Paris, and continues to develop her work and share her thinking at both a national and international level.

Solo shows
2018, Poétique des traces, artist in residence, Mediathèque Françoise Sagan, Paris, Francia.
2018, Éclats, Urban Cultures Festival, MPAA, Paris, France.

Collective shows (selection)
2019, Spotlight, BARÓ-House, Madrid, Spain.
2019, Machina, Media Arts for Good, Artjaws & MCD, Paris, France.
2018, Cosa Mentale, Digital Showcase, National Museum of Singapore.
2017, Tressages, Data Cities, UNESCO’s Creative Cities General Assembly, Enghien-les-Bains, France.
2016, A 3 mains, International Biennale of Digital Arts, Enghien-les-Bains, France.


Cristina Hoffmann has received a 3-year research and creation residency (2019-2022) at Centre des Arts d’Enghien-les-Bains (http://cda95.fr).

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