Eröffnung: 2023-07-10 12:00
Ort: Akademie der Bildenden Künste München | Akademiestr. 2
Raum: Altbau | EG.22
Gabriela Mureb @ Klasse Bircken

Lecture will be in English

One-on-One-Tutorials by Gabriela Mureb are only for Students



Gabriela Mureb is professor at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.


Through the construction of machines or appropriation of industrial parts, Gabriela Mureb’s work is a mediation on the relationship between the world, bodies and technology.
Situated between sculpture, installation, performance and sound, her works create a sensorial immediacy through vibration, sound, heat and smell. With work that evokes a techno-industrial imaginary, the artist proposes we listen to machines as a way of listening to the social and political structures that built them.


Gabriela Mureb (b.1985, Niterói) lives and works in Rio de Janeiro. She holds a PhD in Visual Arts from PPGAV / UFRJ and is Professor in the Visual Arts - Sculpture department at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. She recently participated in the 13th Mercosul Biennial in Porto Alegre, Brazil (2022) and was part of the 5th New Museum Triennial, Soft Water Hard Stone, in New York (2021). Recent solo exhibitions include; Rrrrrrrrrr, Central Galeria, São Paulo, (2017) and Corpos Dóceis, A Gentil Carioca, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (2009). Recent group exhibitions include; Artist's Artist, Galeria Luisa Strina, São Paulo, Brasil (2023); Tragedy!, Fortes d’Aloia & Gabriel, São Paulo, Brasil (2022), Garganta, CIAJG, Guimarães, Portugal (2022), presente a vida (é) política, Central Galeria, São Paulo, Brasil (2020) and a escatologia do corpo glorioso, Galeria Prego, Porto Alegre, Brasil (2019). Mureb participated in the Rumos Artes Visuais Program from 2011– 2013 and her work is part of the public collection of Museu de Arte do Rio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Gabriela is represented by Central Galeria, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.


Artist Gabriela Mureb (Brazil) is undertaking a residency at AIR-M Ebenböckhaus, Munich. The residency is a collaboration between Salta art and the Department of Arts and Culture of the City of Munich. https://saltaart.org/