María Naidich (Mexico, 1991) is a visual artist. Her artistic work combines research and diverse production practices most of the time resulting into multimedia installations involving image, sculpture, found objects, light and sound. Her work address topics related to nostalgia for a place, archaeology and nature. With a specific interest in the narratives, objects and colonial structures implied in the construction of an (anthropocentric) imaginary about nature and therefore it´s domestication. Naidich works with phenomena on the edge of the natural and the artificial, questioning the borders around them through fabulative places created from the historical, the personal and the magical.
María holds a MA with honors in Art and Literature
Studies from the UAEM in Mexico and a BFA from the Gerrit
Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She was awarded with a production fund for 2022 by the National Fund for Art
and Culture In Mexico (FONCA) and recently selected for the 2022 Pilchuck Fellowship Program in Seattle, U.S.A . In 2019 she received a
scholarship to study her MA from the National Council for Science
and Technology (CONACyT). Her work has been exhibited in
individual and collective exhibitions inside and outside México;
Salón Acme (Mexico City, 2022 & 2019 ), Galleri Q (Copenhagen, 2018), HANGAR
Barcelona (Barcelona, 2017), Oude Kerk (Amsterdam, 2016) and
the Flemish Cultural Center De Brakke Grond (Amsterdam, 2015)
among others. In 2014 she was an artist in residency at Tsarino Foundation in Bulgaria.