Julieta Aranda is a filmmaker exploring social interaction, the experience of time and space, and the roles of communication mechanisms. Her multimedia-based works include installation, performance, video, and print-media. Her research on and work surrounding the relationships that art establishes with life examines production, consumption, commerce, dissemination of information, and political subjecthood. Aranda is a long-term collaborator with and co-editor for e-flux, a publishing platform, archive, artist project, curatorial platform, and cultural enterprise founded in 1998, within which she has produced numerous projects and publications. Aranda’s work was included in The Kitchen’s 2008 exhibition The Future as Disruption, and applied her exploration of aforementioned themes to an examination of the anxieties of the historical moment. For more information please visit: http://www.mor-charpentier.com/artist/julieta-aranda/