Adrián Cuervo

1 February 2019 – 30 April 2019

Born in Gijón in 1981

Adrián Cuervo is an artist and researcher. His fields of action are visual performance, interactive installation and performing arts.

His recent projects include the audiovisual electronics training Lynda Blair (since 2012). In the last three years his activity has focused on visual performance, including Festival L.E.V. and LAB Visiónica in Gijón, Festival Loop Barcelona, LPM Roma, Chroma-Fest in Mexico City, and Matadero, Intermediae, Medialab-Prado, Espacio Trapecio and Open Studio in Madrid.

His audiovisual installations have been exhibited individually at LABoral, MaS in Santander and Centro Valley in Piedras Blancas. Group exhibitions include Science Gallery in Dublin (2014), LABoral Centro de Arte, Espacio Líquido and Lola Orato galleries (2010-2011) and Matadero, among others.

He has received awards and has held artistic residencies at LABoral (LABjoven_Experimenta Award 2010), Intermediae-Matadero (Mata La Reina), Medialab-Prado (Homeward Journeys), Muestra de Artes Plásticas del Principado (2009 and 2010) and Premio Gobierno de Cantabria 2010).

He has given workshops, lectures and talks on audiovisual art and new technologies at universities (Menéndez Pelayo, Complutense, Granada and Oviedo) and art centres (Arteleku and MaS Santander).

Project in residence


Project selected in the II Call for Artistic Residencies 2018.

O.P.A.L. is an audiovisual project in which the artist creates a micro-scenario composed of beams of light, prisms, mirrors and motors that work autonomously. In this micro-scenario, different visual patterns follow one another, which are picked up by cameras and projected in large format.

The project is conceived as an audiovisual installation and as a live set.

Activity subsidised by the Consejería de Cultura y Deporte del Gobierno del Principado de Asturias.