Paloma Schnitzer (born 1988 in Buenos Aires), studied film direction at the National School of Film Experimentation in Argentina (ENERC). Her work has been shown in group exhibitions such as “Oscilante” at BA Photo 2016 (Buenos Aires),  “Fundación Varioletto” at Faena Arts Center (Buenos Aries), “Joseph Josehp III” at Loophole Berlin (Berlín), “No Plan” at Schmiede (Salzburg), The Exchange Gallery (Pennsylvania), fu:bar festival (Zagrev) and “Spectulation” at Weserhalle (Berlin). She took part in the project Labor In a Single Shot, by Harun Farocki and Antje Hehmann, where she made pieces that were selected to be exhibited as part of the collective shows at the Venice Biennale (Venice) and at HKW (Berlin), among others. She recently collaborated with the music label Aula Magna Records with her work Umbral and currently carries out the research project [Target]. She is part of the collective Solid Colors, which develops video installations experimenting with language and colors of light. 

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