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Diego Ramirez

Diego Ramirez

Diego Ramirez is an artist, writer and arts worker. He is interested in the relationship between types, stereotypes and monsters in a racialized discourse. His writing features in A+a: Art and Australia, NECSUS, un Projects, Runway Journal, Critical Contemporary Culture Journal, The Article, Fragmented Magazine, *dumb brun(ette), and catalogue essays for various exhibitions. He is co-founder and co-editor of the discursive platform *dumb brun(ette), which published the booklet *dumb brun(ette) vol.1 for Bus Projects’ stall at the NGV Melbourne Art Book Fair. Ramirez is represented by MARS Gallery in Melbourne.

Feedback Loops (Australian Centre for Contemporary Art)

ABR Arts 02 January 2020
Feedback Loops, curated by Miriam Kelly, brings together artists from Australia and abroad to look at how those born in the 1980s negotiate identity and new media. Neither Gen X nor Millennial, this generation is known as ‘Xennials’ or ‘The Oregon Trail Generation’, in reference to The Oregon Trail (1985), a computer video game that was popular at the time. ... (read more)