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Paula Gaetano Adi (born in San Juan, Argentina) is an artist, educator, and researcher working in sculpture, performance, interactive installations, and robotic agents. With a particular focus in different performative modes of art making, her work is an attempt to promote bodily inter-species \ inter-cultural live encounters, and explore the effects and ‘affects’ of different discourses in technoscience.

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Her work has been presented internationally in venues such as the National Art Museum of China (Beijing), MejanLabs (Stockholm), ARCO Fair (Madrid), FILE Festival (Sao Paulo), BIOS4 (Sevilla), National Museum of Poznan (Ponznan), BrandenburgerTor Foundation (Berlin), Museum of Modern Art (Buenos Aires), Festival Transitio_MX (Mexico City), Espacio Fundación Telefónica (Buenos Aires), Re-New Festival (Copenhagen), among others locates.
She was the recipient of different grants and honors, including the First Prize VIDA 9.0 – the international competition on Art & Artificial life; the First Prize ‘LIMBØ’ at the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires; the National Endowment for the Arts, Argentina; the Fergus Memorial Scholarship in 2009 and 2010; and the 2012 “Artistic production Incentive Prize for Ibero-American Artists” awarded by VIDA 14.0.
Gaetano Adi received a degree in Audiovisual Communication from Blas Pascal University in Argentina and a MFA with emphasis in Art & Technology, from The Ohio State University. She was visiting scholar at the UCLA REMAP, University of California Los Angeles, and artist-in-residence at Sachaqa Eco Art Center (Perú). She has served as faculty for the Electronics Arts program at the Tres de Febrero National University in Buenos Aires, the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY, and she directed the undergraduate and graduate program in New Media Art at the University of North Texas.
Currently, she is Assistant Professor of Foundation Studies at the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).