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 Inigo Manglano-Ovalle  (1961 - )

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Lived/Active: Illinois / Spain      Known for: installation, architecture

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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Born in Madrid and raised by cancer-researcher parents of the University of Chicago, Inigo Manglana-Ovalle is a video-installation artist fascinated with science, weapons, outer space, and other issues of social activism.

With his parents, he traveled throughout the world during his childhood, especially to Latin American and Spain. Today he lives in Chicago with his wife and project coordinator, Barbara Holbert.

In his creations, he uses architecture as a means of exploring human identity and utilizes diverse materials such as human genetic research data, sensory deprivation tanks, and car-sound systems. In 1993, he participated in a Chicago program, "Culture into Action," and worked with members of Latino gangs to create a video that projected into the streets.

Some of his video works are extremely minimalist in style, with thin polished aluminum bars and tautly strung wires through which images are projected on screens.

At the Whitney Biennial 2000, he presented an installation titled "Le Baiser/The Kiss," intended to address the relationship between modernist architecture and global economics.

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