Artist, scholar and associated professor in Design and Fine Arts at the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM), Linarejos Moreno has been an invited Fulbright scholar at Rice University in Houston and a visiting professor of The School of Art in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences at the University of Houston.
Her work explores subjectivity as a mode of resistance to reification, focusing on the non-productive uses of industrial spaces and scientific representation as a tool for interrogating modernity. Her research interests include the sociology of science/technology and the relationship between capital and contemporary forms of Romanticism.
Major solo institutional exhibitions include: Stop Vuelvo Pronto Stop (on view until 04/12/2020) at CentroCentro (Madrid), The Cloud Chamber (2018) at the Transart Foundation for Art and Anthropology (Houston) and the Centro de Arte de Alcobendas (Madrid), Tabularia. Laboratorios de Ciencia e Imaginación (2016) at the Royal Botanical Gardens (Madrid- PHE16), La construcción de una ruina (2016) in the Tabacalera. Promoción del Arte (Madrid- PHE16) – both of which formed part of the international photography festival PHotoEspaña– and Artifactual Realities (2016) at the Station Museum (Houston).