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Diana Velasco (b. 1974)

Diana Velasco is a Danish-Spanish Fine Arts Photographer and digital artist born in 1974. Velasco investigates the areas of identity, cultural memories, and technology’s impact on society—all very much related to her background in Anthropology, which she studied at the University of Washington and University of Copenhagen. In 2019, her work became a part of the collection of the National Museum of Photography in Denmark. She has exhibited at ARoS Aarhus Art Museum, Nikolaj Kunsthal, Charlottenborg Kunsthal, Brandts, Den Frie Center for Contemporary Art, O-Overgaden Contemporary Art, and at museums and galleries in Washington, Chicago, San Francisco, Tokyo, Melbourne and Buenos Aires. In 2024, she is exhibiting at Centre Pompidou Málaga, Velasco is also Program Manager at the Danish Metro Art Program, stewarding integrated permanent art commissions. 


In 2018, Kvetny and Velasco co-founded Radar Contemporary, an artist-driven exhibition platform focusing on contemporary artists working in the field of art and new technologies. In 2022, they launched MoNDA, Museum of Nordic Digital Art, which is an artist-driven, pop-up museum platform that collects and exhibits born-digital and phygital art. In 2023, their collaborative artwork CryptoPong Participate made the longlist for the coveted Lumen Prize. 

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