Ana Teresa Vicente is an artist, FCT research fellow and PhD student at the Faculty of Fine Arts, University of Lisbon (FBAUL).
She completed her Master's Degree in Painting in 2011 with the thesis Body Rondo -The Illusion of Suspended Time, and graduated in Fine-Arts - Painting in 2007 (FBAUL). Currently she works in the area of photography, focusing mainly on issues of memory, identity, movement and gesture, as well as in the relationship between photography and new media practices. She also attended several courses and workshops (selection) Illustration at CIEAM; Image and Movement at CITEN, Gulbenkian Foundation (Lisbon); Photographic Techniques at LUPA (Lisbon); Hardware Cowboys at Zaratan Arte Contemporânea (Lisbon); Post-studio practice at PIC.A, PhotoEspaña (Madrid).
She exhibits regularly since 2005 (selection): Face-Value: Personification and Identity in a Post-Digital Age, Seventh International Conference on The Image, Liverpool (2016), Oddity, The Darkroom Gallery, EUA (2015), Le Chiado de la Dramaturgie et de la Performance, Paris, Marseille, and at Museu Arqueológico do Carmo, Lisbon (2014);
XV Biennale of Young Creators of Europe and the Mediterranean, Thessaloniki, Greece (2011); ECREA Prize Exhibition, Emergents Festival of Catalonia (2010); Young creators 09 (2010); Barcelona Contemporary Art Festival, Tenth Edition (BAC! 10);
Narcisa, solo show at the Bienal de Fotografia, Vila Franca de Xira (2008); Finalistas de Pintura, Sociedade Nacional de Belas Artes, Lisboa (2008); T. Zero - Exposição Manifesto, Interpress Space, Lisboa (2006), 3.41, Interpress Space, Lisbon (2005).
Currently she is a co-coordinator and researcher of the Post-Screen research project and the Post-Screen International Festival of Art, New Media and Cybercultures, based on the use of screens within artistic practices, technology and cybercultures context.