Patricia Domínguez Claro (b. 1984, Santiago, Chile) is an artist, educator, and defender of the living.
Her studies include a Master’s Degree in Studio Art from Hunter College, New York (2013) and a Botanical Art & Natural Science Illustration Certificate from the New York Botanical Garden (2011).
Recent exhibitions include Screen Series, New Museum, NY; Rooted beings, Wellcome Collection,
London (all 2022); Gwangju Biennale, South Korea; Transmediale, Berlin; La Casa Encendida, Madrid (all 2021), How to tread lightly Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Madrid; Madre Drone, CentroCentro, Madrid, and Cosmic Tears, Yeh Art Gallery, New York (all 2020); Green Irises, Gasworks, London; MOMENTA | Biennale de l’image, Montreal; The trouble is staying, Meet Factory, Prague (all 2019); What is going to happen is not ‘the future’, but what we are going to do, ARCOMadrid; Working for the Future Past, SEMA, Seoul (both 2018), among others.
She has recently contributed to books such as Health (MIT Press/Whitechapel: Documents of Contemporary Art, 2020), Season 1 Episode 3 for st_age from TBA21 (2020) and was the recipient of the SIMETRIA prize to participate in a residency at CERN, Switzerland (2021). She is currently director of the experimental ethnobotanical platform Studio Vegetalista.