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Diego Marchante

“Genderhacker” (Pamplona, 1984) is a transfeminist activist and audiovisual artist. With a PhD in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona (UB), he has been a lecturer in the Fine Arts Faculty of the UB and at the International University Centre of Barcelona (UNIBA) since 2007. Between 2008 and 2010, he participated in the Independent Studies Programme at the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA) where he worked in the collective projects “Art after Feminisms” and “Social Dangerousness: Desiring Minorities, Languages and Practices in the 1970s and 1980s in the Spanish State”, both of which were coordinated by Paul B. Preciado. In 2016 he completed the doctoral thesis “Transbutch. Luchas fronterizas de género entre el arte y la política” (Transbutch: Gender Frontier Struggles between Art and Politics”, an archive of social movements and artistic practices dealing with questions of gender in Spain from a queer, transfeminist perspective.

Update: 18 September 2018


Has participated in

A Conversation With Trans Artists and Activists Fox & Owl and Diego Marchante

Trans Perspectives: a Debate on Gender, Art and Politics