Diogo Evangelista (1984, Portugal) lives and works in Lisbon.
With a multidisciplinary practice, his work revolves around themes of desire and transformation, exploring the animist potential that the human imagination has to appropriate concepts, images and environments. His work, in its multiple forms – sculpture, drawing, painting, and video – explores the interstitial zones between art, science, realism, fiction, technology and nature. Evangelista graduated in Fine Arts from the Lisbon University School of Fine Arts in 2008. In 2019/20 he collaborated with the post-graduation in New Media of the Catholic University of Oporto. Between 2012 and 2015 he was a co-founder of the artist-run space Parkour-Lisbon.
Recent exhibitions include: Magnetic Fields (Galeria Francisco Fino, Lisbon, 2022), Iris (Brotéria, Lisbon, 2021), Blind Faith (UCP – Escola das Artes, Oporto, 2020), Old Sins (Armário, Lisbon, 2020), Organic Machinery (Galeria Francisco Fino, Lisbon, 2019) Spinning Wheel (CAC, Vilnius, 2018), Greater Than the Sum (DRAF, London, 2017) Espaço de Fluxos (ZDB, Lisbon, 2017) Utopia/Dystopia (MAAT, Lisbon, 2017), The Eighth Climate (What Does Art Do?) (11th Gwangju Biennale, 2016), Matter Fictions (Museu Coleção Berardo, Lisbon, 2016 ), H Y P E R C O N N E C T E D (MMOMA, Moscow, 2016), Magician’s Right Hand, (Futura, Prague, 2016), Hybridize or Disappear (Museu do Chiado – Museu Nacional de Arte Contemporânea, Lisbon, 2015), As one hand touches the other (Videoex, Zurich, 2015), Between the spider and the mind there is a hand – Outdoor I (Warm, São Paulo, 2015), BES Revelação (Serralves Museum, Oporto, Portugal, 2014) and The World of Interiors (The Green Parrot, Barcelona, 2014).