Francisco Ruiz De Infante

(Vitoria, 1966) Lives and works between Paris, Strasburg and Auberive.

A graduate in Painting and Audiovisuals from the University of the Basque Country, Ruiz de Infante is an artist and teacher at ESAD in Strasburg. His work focuses on the field of audiovisuals and installation. Recurrent in his visual universe are claustrophobic and dark spaces submerging the beholder in something akin to a nightmare and driving him/her on a journey through the most hidden places of memory and the subconscious. His work has been seen at CEAAC, Strasburg, France; Metrónom, Barcelona (2005); the Cervantes Institute in Casablanca, Morocco; Grand Theatre in Reims, France (2004); La Gallera de Valencia. Musée d’Art et d’Histoire de Langres, France. (2003); and at Galería Elba Benítez at Art Basel (2002).

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Reina (Queen), 2007

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