Ana Olmedo

1989 Granada, Spain.
Architect and artist based in London.

She obtained her double Master’s degree in Architecture and Fine Arts in November 2013 by the UEM (Universidad Europea de Madrid). Currently she is a student in the Mphil in Media Practice at the Architectural Association School of Architecture, directed by Mark Campbell.

She develops an interdisciplinary work using different techniques such as installation, video and drawing. Using these languages she proposes critical alternatives to those discourses that exclude minorities. Her works have been part of diverse contexts like the World Event Young Artists in Nottingham or the Centro de Arte Joven in Madrid or the Oslo Architectural Triennale 2016.

She is co-founder of Bollería Industrial / Factory-Baked Goods, a communication and architecture studio based in Madrid since 2012. Their projects have been exhibited at the MoMa in New York (2015), the Venice Biennale of Architecture (2014), the Lisbon Architecture Triennale (2013) or the Gwangju Design Biennale (2011).

Since 2014 she is also a member of the team of Monstruos Fanzine, an editorial project that has the support of different art and cultural agents.

Nowadays she develops research projects related to art, architecture and sexuality together with VenidaDevenida, a working team that aims to generate sweet activisms that empower the dissident sexualities through everyday objects of resistance.