Paul B. Preciado
Paul B. Preciado is a philosopher, art curator and writer, internationally known for his work on the politics of the body, gender and sexuality. He’s was born in Spain and is based in France. Preciado is the author, among other books, of Manifiesto contra-sexual, acclaimed by French critics as the red book of queer theory and then translated into five languages; Testo Yonqui, Sexo, drogas y biopolítica and Pornotopía with which he was a finalist for the Anagrama Essay Prize and won the Sade Prize in France. He has been Director of Public Programs of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona and Director of the PEI (Program of Independent Studies) and Curator of Public Programs of documenta 14 (Athens / Kassel) between 2015 and 2018. He is currently a resident writer of the LUMA ARLES Foundation, France.