Inés Sanchez de Lozada
Bolivian-born curator Inés Sanchez de Lozada explores radical community-building practices that are upheld by principles of love, care, rest, and pleasure. Her current graduate research investigates dreams: from collective dreaming and lucid dream rituals, to social dreaming and aspirations for social change. Using large-scale installation and interactive environments, she invites audiences to consider the scientific, artistic, and activist implications of dreaming. Inés received a BA in Political Science, with a focus on anti-oppression theories, from Guilford College in North Carolina; she will complete her MFA in Curatorial Practice at MICA in May, 2023. Most recently she has worked as a curatorial assistant for Haitian artist Edouard Duval-Carrié's presentation at Documenta 15.