Núria Güell’s artistic practice investigates how power devices affect our subjectivity, subordinating it to law and hegemonic moral. The main resources that she uses in her work are flirtation with the established powers, complicity with different allies and the use of privileges that artistic institutions she works with have, as well as those socially granted to her for being a Spanish and European. Núria Güell has a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona and has continued her studies at the Cátedra Arte de Conducta in Havana (Cuba) and at Soma (México). Her work has been exhibited in biennials and museums in Europe, Latin America, the Caribbean, the Middle East and the United States. She also collaborates with various self-managed social centres.