Marina Rengel Lucena

Marina Rengel Lucena

Stage Design

Marina Rengel Lucena is an artist, stage and costume designer. She graduated with distinction from the Kunsthochschule Kassel in 2015 with a degree in Fine Arts. The subject of her thesis was the "Valley of the Fallen", a fascist memorial near Madrid, which she explored in a video installation. In addition to her artistic activities, she has worked as a cultural worker, including as an art mediator at the Fridericianum in Kassel, as a curatorial assistant for the exhibition "Capital Complex" at Ludlow38 of the Goethe-Institut New York and as a registrar for documenta 14. Her artistic work has been shown in international exhibitions, including with the collective ARGAMASA at the Biennale BMM 2018 (Madrid), in the group exhibition ZONE (side exhibition of the 11th Havana Biennial), with BritEs Magazine at the Instituto Cervantes (London), at the Museum of Sepulchral Culture (Kassel) and at Kaiku Galleria (Helsinki). As part of her master's degree in stage design at the Zurich University of the Arts, she created the stage design for More than one in 2020, a choreographic piece that was performed at the 21st International Schiller Festival at the Nationaltheater Mannheim. Together with the Kollektiv der Künste, she conceived the Rest Zeit Story Sorry festival, her graduation project in stage design, which dealt with the topic of working conditions and sustainability. Rest Zeit Story Sorry was performed at Schauspielhaus Zürich and awarded the Roman Clemens Prize for Stage Design.

Marina Rengel Lucena

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