Eva Fàbregas’ (1988, Barcelona. Lives and works in London) practice explores the erotica of the consumer object and the engineering mechanisms of desire, through sculpture, video, installation and sound. Her interest in affections has led her to produce works that address wellness and relaxation culture, psychodrama and the marketing industry, as well as therapeutic subcultures on social media.
Her recent exhibitions include: Skin-like. Kunsthal, Gent (2021) Gut Feeling. Centrocentro, Madrid; Those things that your fingers can tell. Kunstverein München, Munich (2019), Every object is a thing but not everything is an object, Hollybush Gardens, London; Who cares? A radio tale, Gasworks / Resonance 104.4 FM, London (2018); First Act: Smooth Operations, Laure Gewnillard Gallery, London (2017-2018); Picture yourself as a block of melting butter, Fundació Miró, Barcelona; Eyecatcher, Big Screen Southend, Focal Point Gallery, Southend-on-Sea (2017); Scissors cut paper wrap stone, Ormoston House, Limerick, West Cork Center, Cork and CCA Derry ~ Londonderry (2017 and 2016); Systems for displaying matter, Enclave, London; The Role of Unintended consequences, Syndicate, Cologne; Teesside world exposition of art and technology, MIMA, Middlesbrough; Soft control, Embassy Gallery, Edinburgh (2016); How are you feeling today ?, Window Space (Whitechapel), London (2015); Unforeseen changes, The Green Parrot, Barcelona; Eva Fàbregas & Andrew Lacon, Kunstraum, London (2014).