Born 1948 Bogotá, Colombia
Acknowledged worldwide for his video art, Raul Marroquin was one of the first artists using this medium in the early 1970s. He studied at the Jan van Eyck Academy in Maastricht, where hwas heavily involved with the Fluxus and conceptual art movement of that time. He published one of the first artist magazines (Fandangos) in the world, made a live satellite project between New York and Amsterdam and produced live radio (Hoeksteen) and television shows.
His single-channel works, objects, composites and installations are part of many private and public collections in Europe, the Americas, Australia and the Far East, including Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam, MoMA in New York, Museo de Arte Contemporaneo in Bogotá and Museo Reina Sofia in Madrid.