Azul Blaseotto (b. in 1974 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) lives in Buenos Aires working as a visual artist, writer, art professor and curator. She is interested in history, radical politics and documentary and non fictional forms, how collective memories articulate with popular imagination and knowledge production. Her work adresses culture politics focusing on marginalized stories and Human Rights and Rights of Nature issues. Her work has been exhibited at the Museum Ludwig, Cologne; Theater Rampe, Stuttgart; Berliner Liste, Berlin/ Germany; CODE Museum, Bergen/ Norway; MACBA and Fundación MIRÓ,Barcelona; Espai X, Pontevedra/ Spain; Centro Municipal de exhibiciones SUBTE, Montevideo/ Uruguay; Palais de Glace and Centro Cultural Recoleta/ Buenos Aires, among others. Her graphic work has been published in the newspapers Página12; Buenos Aires Herald in Argentina, as well as publications in Germany, Spain, United Kingdom, Norway and Croacia.
In 2010 she founded, und runs since then, the cultural space in Buenos Aires “Plataforma de Pensamiento e Intercambio Artístico_La Dársena“ together with the artist Eduardo Molinari . La Dársena develops collective and interdisciplinary projects, also international, exploring political and social issues as well as the heritance of the “buen vivir“, a political and philosophical way of living alternative to capitalism articulated by the ancient cultures of South America.
Blaseotto studied fine Arts at the Escuela Nacional de Bellas Artes Prilidiano Pueyrredón – Universidad del Arte/ U.N.A in Buenos Aires; realized the postgraduated programm Art in Context at the University of Arts Berlin/ U.D.K, Germany; studied the Master in Art History of Lateinamerica at the Universidad de San Martín/ UMSAM in Buenos Aires.