Tania Candiani was born in 1974. She has been the subject of many solo exhibitions, including the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA (2002); Centro Museo Vasco de Arte Contemporáneo, Vitoria- Gasteiz, Spain (2013); Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH (2020); and Blaffer Art Museum, University of Houston, Houston, TX (2023). She has also participated in numerous group exhibitions, including Tapetes 01, Centro Cultural Tijuana, Tijuana, Mexico (2001); DF < SF < TJ, Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, San Francisco, CA (2011); No Such Thing As Gravity, National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan (2018); and Gut Brain 1: Destructive Desires and Other Destinies of Excess (Part 1), University of Toronto, Canada (2023). Candiani lives and works in Mexico City, Mexico.
Bio and website updated as of 2023.
Produced over the course of two years and several visits to Cincinnati, Sounding Labor, Silent Bodies features historical visual ephemera alongside a new suite of artwork that examines the contradictions present in the rhetoric of progress that accompanied America’s industrial past.