Angel Borrego Cubero

Architect Madrid / Spain

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Angel Borrego Cubero
OSS’ founder, Angel Borrego Cubero (Spain, 1967) was trained in architecture, with a PhD from ETSA Madrid and a MArch from Princeton University, where he was a Fulbright scholar but he has been developing an interdisciplinary body of works that deal with issues such as the contemporary urban condition, the negotiations between private and public space, violence, surveillance and fictions in architecture. Using mainly site specific installations, new media and video installations, his work has been exhibited in internationally acclaimed venues such as the Art Fair ARCO, the National Museum of Art Reina Sofia, LABoral etc. In 1999, he founds Office for Strategic Spaces, an art and architecture based in Madrid with collaborators from different countries and disciplines. After succeeding in a big international competition, in a process which was akin to a thriller, Angel Borrego Cubero decides to make a documentary of this recurring architectural procedure. The Competition, is the first movie of this Spanish director and is also the first film documenting the tense developments that characterize architectural contes
Angel Borrego Cubero
Angel Borrego Cubero
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OSS’ founder, Angel Borrego Cubero (Spain, 1967) was trained in architecture, with a PhD from ETSA Madrid and a MArch from Princeton University, where he was a Fulbright scholar but he has been developing an interdisciplinary body of works that deal with issues such as the contemporary urban condition, the negotiations between private and public space, violence, surveillance and fictions in architecture. Using mainly site specific installations, new media and video installations, his work has been exhibited in internationally acclaimed venues such as the Art Fair ARCO, the National Museum of Art Reina Sofia, LABoral etc. In 1999, he founds Office for Strategic Spaces, an art and architecture based in Madrid with collaborators from different countries and disciplines. After succeeding in a big international competition, in a process which was akin to a thriller, Angel Borrego Cubero decides to make a documentary of this recurring architectural procedure. The Competition, is the first movie of this Spanish director and is also the first film documenting the tense developments that characterize architectural contes