Paula Pin, resident in Hangar in 2009, is a researcher and artist-activist who has a strong inclination towards research and experimentation processes with collective and free technologies.
She has undertaken residencies at institutions such as CERN, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Art school KASK en Gent, Prototyp_ome at Hangar Barcelona, Gaite Liric en París, Querly Ecologies at Click Festival y OSH Open Source Gathering en Shenzhen, China. ,Although her work emerges from within a scientific tradition of research and experimentation, running throughout drawing to abstract video, circuit bending and lab experiments but always located in the intersection where biology, science and queer art collide.
Interactive kinetic sculptures, immersible environments, audiovisual installations, performance and direct action are the art disciplines that she has used in her search for developing new channels to communicate desires and sensations, using the physical body as the bridge which connects nature and technology.
Within the Biofriction project, Paula takes part in the Biofriction Summer Program.