Fran Orallo (Badajoz, Spain 1979). He lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland. His work focuses on experimentation with video and animation. Through the relationship between image and identity, his work explores the different layers that make up the idea of “I”.
He understands that identity is nothing more than a role, and his work revolves around this performative identity, using the idea of self-portrait in much of his production. He has exhibited his work both in Spain and abroad, participating in biennials, collective exhibitions, and festivals in more than 40 countries.
His work has been screened in public and private institutions such as IVAN (Valencia, Spain), Vostell Malpartida Museum (Cáceres, Spain), MAC- Museum of Contemporary Art of Santiago de Chile (Chile), La Neomudejar (Madrid Spain), Centro del Carmen (Valencia, Spain), Ex Teresa Arte Actual (Mexico City, Mexico), Kyrgyz National Fine Arts Museum (Bishkek. Kirghizistan), biennials such as The Wrong Biennale, (Copenhagen, Denmark), VI SIART International Art Biennial (Bolivia), and in fairs and festivals such as arteBA’10 (Buenos Aires, Argentina), Under The Subway Video Art Night (New York), FILE (Brazil), Madatac (Madrid, Spain) or FIVA (Argentina) among others.
Cine (y) Digital: “Variations” / “Persona non grata” / “Human behavior”