[A N T I]M A T E R I A


By: Doreen A. Ríos

[Anti]materia emerges from the need of consolidating an informative platform as well as an exhibition space that enfolds the artistic creation based on new media performed by Latin American artists, curators and art promoters.

It proposes the creation of an intersective space for debate, home of an intangible archive which solidifies data for it's consultation. It also focuses in promoting collaborations with international exponents with the idea of making the platform grow in an holistic way as well as creating links between creators.
The future of [Anti]materia relies on the constant addition of temporary exhibitions as well as the creation of a genealogy of artists, curators and art promoters focused in digital art and new media. All together with constant collaborations with diverse international creators.

This project bets on the easy access to information for future investigations surrounding this topic and its infinite possibilities.


Doreen A. Ríos (Toluca, Mexico, 1992)

Graduated from the MA in Contemporary Curation at Winchester School of Arts, University of Southampton, specialised in digital cultures and from the BA in Architecture at Tecnológico de Monterrey, specialised in visual representation. Her work focuses on research and curation of digital art.

Founder of [ANTI]MATERIA, platform that aims to facilitate international exchanges between art professionals, researchers and theorists interested in digital practices. As part of this project she has curated several shows in Mexico and in the U.K., such as: My Wall is your Filter Bubble AR exhibition co-curated with Matthew Plummer-Fernandez for Abandon Normal Devices Festival (UK). This exhibition will be shown at Laboratorio Arte Alameda (MX) in February 2018 –; EMPTY VESSELS||VULNERABLE BODIES online/offline exhibition part of The Wrong Biennale and Presente Perfecto Festival (MX)Southampton: 2117 - Speculative Futures (UK) Digital Insights of 20th Century Painting (UK); When removed from view, removed from existence (UK); Archipiélago, fuera del círculo (MX); White into Green (UK). This year she presented [ANTI]MATERIA at the XV Symposium of Mexican Studies at University of Durham.

During her professional career she has worked with several art professionals, both in the U.K and in Mexico, such as:  Annka Kultys gallery, K6 gallery SPAMM, The Raritan Gallery, isthisit?, and CLON.

She's also the co-founder of the experimental studio KE/MPwith which she had collaborated with Ceremonia, OFFFMX, Cut-Out fest, Tlanchana Fest and Futuros Asimétricos. Simultaneously she has been published in Código, LARMAGAZINE, El Asunto Urbano and PICNIC.