Manuel Minch (Santander, Spain, 1993) is an artist and researcher whose work investigates interrelations and existing tensions between technology, society and natural processes, starting from post capitalist theories and postinternet art with using physical installations and online practices as his main field. His investigation occasionally takes use of the curator practices in order to articulate narratives as a personal way to develop his own artistic research. He also is the founder and curator of Internet Moon Gallery (2016 – Ongoing), a web based gallery in which during every full moon, honoring his name, opens a new curated project.
Manuel Minch has a degree in Fine Arts by the University of Castilla-La Mancha (2011) and a Master Degree on art and design research at the University Center of Design and Art of Barcelona (EINA, Autonomous University of Barcelona, 2017). He has participated in notable exhibition projects include ExoGallery (EP7 París, 2018), Open Codes (ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, Germany 2018), Notes on the Teenternet (Lamosa, Spain, 2018), Internetamine (Inder_espacio, Santander, Spain, 2017), Spamm Power Tour (Refrag, Parsons París, France, 2017) and Light Lite Coin (Dateline, Denver, USA, 2018). Manuel Minch has also participated in talks, residences and workshops as Estudio_Escritorio (Injuve, Madrid, Spain, 2017), Web Residencies #2 (Akademie Schloss Solitude, Germany, 2017) and Im/Possible Museum (UCLM, Spain, 2017), among others.
Manuel Minch has been selected to participate in the studio das weisse haus, Vienna, Austria, residency programme from October 2 to December 16, 2018. This residence is result of the collaboration between Orbital Residency and studio das weisse haus, a residence and studio program for local and international artists, curators and journalists.
Studio das weisse haus is a residence and studio program for local and international artists, curators/theorists and journalists. The main purpose of the studio das weisse haus is to offer a platform where local and international artists, curators and theorists can work together, encouraging intercultural exchange and artistic discourse. The programme seeks to support artistic practice and create a space where innovative projects can prosper. The idea is to connect international artists and curators with the local art community and to involve the public in the creative process.