Córdoba, 1974. She lives in the Netherlands
She holds a doctorate in fine arts from the Finish Academy of Fine Arts, Helsinki/. Born in Argentina, Kopelman moved to the Netherlands in 2002 to take part in an artists’ residency at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten in Amsterdam.
Recent exhibitions and projects include: On Glaciers and Avalanches, CRAC Alsacia, France, 201; Indexing Water, Kunsthalle Lisbon, Portugal, 2017; Campamento de Dibujo, Quebrada del Condorito National Park, Córdoba, Argentina, 2017; Underwater Workstation, Diablo Rosso, Panama, 2016; On Glaciers and Avalanches, Galería Labor, 2015, Frisos, FLORA art + natura, Colombia, 2015; SITE Santa Fe International Biennial, 2014; Vertical Landscape, 8th Berlin Biennale, 2014; LARA (Roaming Art Latinoamérica), MAC, Peru, 2014.
Her artistic practice includes collaboration with different research institutions like The Royal Netherlands Institute of Sea Research (NIOZ), the Netherlands, (2016/2017); the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI), Panama, (2012/2016); Manu Learning Centre, Peru (2012); Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Leiden (The Kinabalu/ Crocker Range Expedition, 2012, and ‘Chiral Garden,’ La Verriere Fondation D’Entrerprise Hermes, Brussels, Belgium, 2013); Museum Boerhaave, 2012; World Glacier Monitoring Service, University of Zurich (2013/2014); and WSL Institute for Snow and Avalanche Research SLF, Davos (2013/2014).
Kopelman has also published a great many books, among them Three Interventions in a Space (2003) and Notes on Representation, Volume I (2006), II, III, and IV (2011), V (2013), VI (2014), VII (2015), and VIII (2017).