The artistic practice of visual artist Tiny Domingos combines space-related work with conceptual approaches surrounding issues on economy, identity and pop culture. His work includes photography, drawing, sculpture and installations, focusing on data visualisation, econometrics and risk management. Recent projects are, among others, his ongoing project projectedspace – a long-term research and photo series on (public) space, landscape, minimal geometry, data and augmented mobility and the Kreisdiagramme series. This work uses diagrams and graphics coming from standard software, dealing with abstract information and statistical graphics widely used in the business world and the mass media, as a metaphor for our times.
Domingos is founder and managing curator of ROSALUX, an artist-run space in Berlin. Crucial to the founding of ROSALUX was the curiosity to know how contemporary artists respond artistically and discursively to the great aesthetic, social and political issues of our time. Beyond that, he is co-founder and active member of the Network of Berlin Independent Project Spaces and Initiatives. He is co-coordinator of the One Night Stand series at KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin (2014-2016). In 2011, he began an artistic collaboration with Hans Kuiper.
Tiny Domingos holds a degree in French and Portuguese Literature and Linguistics at Universidade Clássica, Lisbon and studied Painting and Aesthetics Studies at Universidade Nova and Faculdade de Belas Artes, Lisbon.