The production of Alba Mayol Curci originally starts from the conceptualization of writing and drawing understood as primary actions present in the development of what is called in the western context of psyche, consciousness or subjectivity. Put forward his work as an investigation of elements in the margins of a dominant discourse, which can often be found in the poetic, emotional or anti-heroic. Put the artistic practice in the politician by putting it at the service of the possibility of a psychomilitance, in which the positioning can occur through notions such as affection, vulnerability, trance or embodiment.
Graduate in English Studies from the University of Barcelona and master's degree in Contemporary Art Theory and Esthetics from the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona-Fundació Joan Miró, he graduated in Visual Culture from the University of Barcelona and studied photography at the Central Saint Martins College from London. Participate in workshops and seminars on psychoanalysis, feminism and deconstruction, with Dora García and Gayatri Spivak among others. He begins to work with text, drawing and photography from an interest in marginal practices and techniques and in contrast to received academic discourses, especially those focused on the classical currents of visual and canonical literature. Directed from this point to a link with political contexts to explore the possibilities of addressing the concept of militancy or activism from the places of subjectivity. Exhibits and develops projects at the Bòlit Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, Can Felipa Visual Arts, ABM Confecciones, Eastern Bloc Montréal, Arts Santa Mònica, Museu Abelló, Sala de Arte Joven, Sala Muncunill de Terrassa, Fabra i Coats, entre d others. He has worked in parallel in the Cooperativa General Humana project, on the possibilities of dissecting the theater as a bourgeois genre, interrelating installation, action and performance with video art. Her projects have been presented at the Hammock-Museum Reina Sofia, Hangar, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Madrid Contemporary Scene, NGBK, 7th Berlin Biennial, Fokus Videoart Festival Copenhagen, Loop Videoart Festival, among others. Writes in A*Desk.