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Snyder Moreno Martín
Snyder Moreno Martín. Artist. Based on Bogotá (Colombia). Snyder researches about the relationship between art, curating and education, assuming these as fields without defined boundaries and in a constant dialogue. He has worked in the educational programs of several spaces, such as ARTBO, FLORA ars+natura and the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá. He has developed curatorial projects at El Parqueadero, the Museo de Arte de la Universidad Nacional in Colombia, among others. He has been part of study groups and learning projects such as the Art History Study Group named Grado Cero – directed by the artist Beatriz González – and the program Redes de Formação of the 9th Mercosur Biennial in Porto Alegre -Brasil-. He involves educational strategies into his artistic projects. In that sense, he is aware of his role as a mediator between his practice and the audience, he attempts to develop mediation projects (educational) about his exhibitions. Because, when he shares his work with other people, he learns from these people, from his artwork and from himself. This is the vital element of his artistic practice: learning and creating.