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Ernesto Oroza’s practice channels the tradition of Radical Architecture into his own analytical employment of contemporary object typologies and productive forces. In lieu of functioning within the realm of manufacturing, he produces and distributes speculative models and research through various publication methods, exhibitions, collaborative practices, documentaries, and unorthodox forays into more conventional modes of architecture, interior and object design. Oroza’s work has been presented at the Museum of Modern Art, New York; Groninger Museum, The Netherlands; LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Spain; Montreal Museum of Fine Arts; Museo Rufino Tamayo, Mexico City; Institut de Cultura La Virreina, Barcelona. He has participated twice in the Saint-Etienne International Design Biennial, Saint-Etienne, France. Oroza has been awarded fellowships by Guggenheim Foundation; Christoph Merian Foundation, Basel, Switzerland; Danish Center for Cultural Development; and Ludwig Foundation. He was Professor at Polytechnic Institute of Design, Havana, and is a recurrent Visiting Professor at Les Ateliers, Ecole Nationale Supérieur de Création Industrielle (ENSCI) in Paris. He has also lectured and developed workshops for various international institutions, most recently the BMW Guggenheim Lab in Berlin. Among his books are: Notes sur la maison moirée. Ou un urbanisme pour des villes qui se vident (Saint-Étienne, 2013), RIKIMBILI: Une étude sur la désobéissance technologique et quelques formes de réinvention (Publications de l’Université de Saint-Étienne, France, 2009); NO WASTE (London Pentagram Design, 2003); Editing Havana: Stories of Popular Housing (Aristo Bogforlag, 2011); and (with Penelope de Bozzi) Objets Réinventé. La création populaire a Cuba (Ëditions Alternatives, 2002). He is co-editor of the Objects Aside series for [NAME] Publications. He has also published writings in e-flux Journal and Monu–A Magazine for Urbanism.


Ernesto Oroza (Havana, 1968)
Lives and works in Aventura, Florida.
www.ernestooroza.com
www.architectureofnecessity.com
www.technologicaldisobedience.net
www.thetabloid.org
ernesto@ernestooroza.com

Education
Instituto Superior de Diseño (Higher Institute of Design). Havana, Cuba. B.A Industrial Design  1993
Instituto Politécnico de Diseño (Polytechnic Institute of Design), Havana, Cuba. Certificate in Graphic Design, 1988

Professional Experience
Founder and editor of Tabloid. 2009-present. Miami.
Founder and editor of Textos Moire. 2009-Present. Miami.
Editor of Object Aside Series. 2009-Present. Name Publications, Miami.
Founder and curator. 2003-Present. Espacio Provisional (Havana, Cuba-Miami, US).
Professor. Polytechnic Institute of Design, Havana, Cuba (1995-2000)
Visiting Professor, Spring. 1998, 2006, 2010. Les Ateliers, Ecole Nationale Supérieur de Création Industrielle (ENSCI) Paris, France.
Lecturer. Ludwig Foundation, Havana, Cuba (1996-2006)

Fellowships, Residencies and Awards
2016 Pernod Ricard Fellowship – Villa Vassilieff. Paris.
2012 South Florida Cultural Consortium Fellowship for Visual and Media Artists, Florida.
2011 Artist in residence, Karl Hofer Gessellschaft, Universitat der Kunst, Berlin.
2010 Harpo Foundation Grant, Los Angeles.
2010 Here and There Berlin Artist Residency Program. Bass Museum of Art
2010 Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Miami, FL.
2010 World Space Creators Awards, Japan
2008 Cintas Fellowship. Emilio Sanchez Award, New York, NY.
2007 Guggenheim Fellowship, New York, NY.
2006 Artist in residence International Exchange Studio Program, Christoph Merian Foundation. Basel, Switzerland.
2005 Danish Center for Cultural Development. (with Maja Aasa, Greta Garcia and Mira Kongstein.)
2003-2004 Ludwig Foundation Fellowship, Cuba.
2001-2002 Ludwig Foundation Fellowship, Cuba .
1999-2000 Direction aux Arts Plastiques (DAP) FIACRE. France. (with Penelope de Bozzi) 

Other Artistic Activities
1999 Co-Founder of Laboratory Maldeojo (art collective), member until 2004 (Havana, Cuba)
1995 Co-Founder of Ordo Amoris Cabinet (art collective), member until 1996 (Havana, Cuba)

Workshops & Lectures (recents)
Desobediencia tecnológica. Archivos del Común II. Museo Reina Sofía, Spain, 2017
Let’s start here. Workshop with the stu­dents of Ecole Supérieure des Beaux-Arts d’Angers, in collaboration with David Enon. Paris, 2016.
Technological Disobedience at École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs within the con­text of the sem­i­nary EnsadLab, Paris, 2016.
Artist Talk at Via Farini/ DOCVA Documentation Center for Visual Arts at Fabbrica del Vapore Milano Milan, Italy.
Disobbedienza Tecnologica at Smart Design Lab. Polifactory, Politecnico di Milano, Italy.
Architecture of Necessity. GIDEST Seminar.  Gidest Lab, The New School NY, 2015
Trabajador construye tu maquinaria. Primavera Hacker. Chile, 2015
Architecture of Necessity. Spolia, Preston H. Thomas Memorial Lecture Series, Cornell University, 2014
Technological Disobedience. The Aesthetics of Hunger course, Princeton University, 2014
Obrero construye tu maquinaria. Politecnico di Milano. May, 2014
Disobedience at DESIGN, POVERTY, FICTION, Grand Hornu, Belgique. Mars 2013
Worker build your machinery! Workshop and lecture. EPCC – École Supérieure des Beaux-Arts Tours Angers La Mans, March, 2013.
Technological Disobedience at Flash Théorie : “Autoproduction”, ESAD Ecole Supérieure d’Arte et de Design de Reims. 2013
Architecture of Necessity ISDAT – Institut Supérieure des Art de Toulouse, 2013
Architecture of necessity (Lecture) at Yerba Buena Center of Arts, San Francisco, USA. Nov, 2012.
Ernesto Oroza: Provisional Space/Collaborative Design. BMW Guggenheim LAB Berlin, 2012.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2017
Museo Popular Concreto: Inform. Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami.
The transparent object. Mmuseumm 2, NY, USA.
2015
Desobediência Tecnológica. Caixa Cultural Recife, Brasil. Curated by Fernanda Terra.
2013
Georgia bullets. CCE Miami. USA. (With Gean Moreno)
Navidad en el Kalahari. Cristo Salvador Galería. Habana, Cuba. (With Gean Moreno)
Orange Tsunami.  Wharton + Espinosa. Los Angeles. CA. (With Gean Moreno)
Drywood.  Alejandra Von Hartz. Miami. (With Gean Moreno)
2012
Ujamaa. Inercia de bejuco/ Inertia of the vine. Alluna Art Foundation, Miami.
2011
Enemigo provisional. Art@work, Miami.
Archetype Vizcaya. Vizcaya Museum and Gardens, Miami, FL
Architecture of Necessity. The Institute of Visual Arts in Peck School of the Arts, Milwaukee.  Curated by Nicholas Frank.
2010
Pre-City. Gallery Diet, Miami. (With Gean Moreno)
Driftwood. Main Library, Auditorium, Miami-Dade Public Library System, Miami. (With Gean Moreno)
Decoy. Farside Gallery, Miami. (With Gean Moreno)
2009

Archipelago. Space 26/ SaludArte Foundation, Miami. (With Gean Moreno)
Architecture of Necessity. Arte de la incertidumbre. Dominican Republic.
2008

Statement of Necessity. Alonso Art. Miami. USA.
Gli oggetti della necessità. Gish-artEcodesign. Livorno. Italy.
2007
Anestesia II. Miramar Trade Center. Havana, Cuba.
Arquitectura. Salle Zero, French Alliance, Havana, Cuba.
2006
Bypass. La Madriguera. Havana, Cuba.
Isométrico. Provisional Gallery EVR En la vida real (In the real life), Havana, Cuba.
Architecture of Necessity (five drawings). With Maja Asaa. Provisional Gallery EVR En la vida real (In the real life), Havana, Cuba.
Fifo y Le Corbusier. Modulor moral. Suiza, la Suiza de Europa Open Weekend. International Artists Exchange Program. Christoph Merian Foundation (IAAB). Basel, Switzerland.
2005
– Decorative Documentary (Cuantos Somos). Ludwig Foundation. Havana, Cuba.
2004
Agua. Ludwig Foundation. Havana, Cuba.
Provisional enemy.  Provisional Gallery EVR En la vida real (In the real life), Havana, Cuba.
2003
En la vida real (In real life). Provisional Gallery EVR En la vida real (In the real life), Havana, Cuba.
Objets de la Necessité. Galería Haute Definition, París, France.
Battle of La Cerámica. Workshop La Lucha. La Cerámica Store, Havana, Cuba.
2002
Furniture: Repairing is to love again. Ludwig Foundation of Arts, Havana, Cuba.
1998
Provisional gallery, Les Ateliers, Ecole Nationale Supérieur de Création Industrielle (ENSCI) París, France.
1996
Agua con Azúcar and  La muestra provisional, Alternativas de diseño 1,  Ludwig Foundation, Havana, Cuba.
Centro de Desarrollo de las Artes Visuales, Havana, Cuba.  (With Ordo Amoris Cabinet)
Evento Vernacular Design, Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, San José. Costa Rica.  (With Ordo Amoris Cabinet)

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2017
Art x Cuba – Contemporary Perspectives since 1989. Ludwig Forum for International Art Aachen, Germany.
Non-Compliant Futures, Sight & Sound 2017, Eastern Bloc, Montréal, Canada.
CUBA IS. Annenberg Space for Photography. Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA. Los Angeles, California.
Free Play. Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara. California. Curated by Alexandra Cunningham Cameron.
Adiós Utopia: Dreams and Deceptions in Cuban Art Since 1950. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, US; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, US.
Tell me the story of all these things. Beginning wherever you wish, tell even us. Villa Vassilieff, Paris. Curated by Mélanie Bouteloup et Victorine Grataloup.
The Monobloc Project. Centre Culturel ARCADE / Château de Ste Colombe en Auxois, France. Curated by Franck Dujoux and Michel Kowalski
2016
transphysics: istwa, landscapes, paisajes. Art and Culture Center Hollywood, Florida.
Brutal Beauty –Violence and Contemporary Design. Museum Marta Herford. Germany. Curated by Friederike Fast.
Futurs non-conformes. Jeu de Paume. Paris, France. Curated by Nicolas Maigret.
Florida Prize 2016. Orlando Museum of Art. Curated by Hansen Mulford.
Implied Interaction: Selected works from the CINTAS Foundation Fellows Collection. MDC Museum of Art + Design. Miami.
2015
Signos. Arte, industria y viceversa. Factoría Habana. Cuba. Curated by Antonio Eligio (Tonel) and Concha Fontenla.
Residential Properties. The Fountainhead Residency. Miami. Curated by Felice Grodin.
Time and Materials. Miami Beach Urban Studios. Miami. Curated by Michael Namkung.
Inscribing: meditations on time and space. Bridge Red Studios/Project Space. Miami. Curated by William Cordova.
Iconocracia. Contemporary cuban photography. Curated by Iván de la Nuez. Artium Museum, Vitoria-Gasteiz. Álava, Spain.
Soberanía (post-zona). Locación Cristo Salvador – Marie Kirkegaard Gallery, Habana.
Deering Estate‬ Festival of the Arts “Plus One” Exhibition. Deering Estate, Miami.
Alternative Contemporaneity: TAZ. Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami. Curated by Richard Haden
Affective Architectures at Aluna Art Foundation. Curated by Aluna Curatorial Collective
2014
Manipulación mediática en el arte cubano contemporáneo: 1985-2014. Centro de Desarrollo de las Artes Visuales, Havana, Cuba. Curated by Israel Castellanos.
Third Space: Inventing the possible. Museum of Contemporary Art, North Miami. Curated by William Cordova and Gean Moreno.
Global Positioning Systems. Pérez Art Museum Miami. Curated by Rene Morales.
New Territories: Design, Art and Craft from Latin America,  2000-2013. Museum of Arts and Design, New York.
Radio Miami. Art Center South Florida, Miami. Curated by Glexis Novoa.
MIA-BER, Verein Berliner Künstler, Berlin. Curated by William Cordova.
Rodando se encuentran. Museo de la Arquitectura y Urbanismo Shanghai.
Romance. (Curated y Peter Menendez). Under the bridge. Miami.
Cuban America. Lehman College Art Gallery, New York. Curated by Yuneikys Villalonga.
2013
Global Caribbean V – Focus on the Miami Contemporary Visual Arts Landscapes. Miami.
DV in Pulse Miami 2013. Booth P3, The Ice Palace, 1400 N. Miami Avenue, Miami.
Miami 3D. Curated by Ombretta Agro. Miami.
New Media Festival 2013. 3rd edition. Alejandra Von Hartz Gallery, Miami.
The glass delusion. Organized by De La Cruz Projects in collaboration with Carter and Citizen. Curated by Omar Lopez-Chahoud. Los Angeles, CA.
Visions from Taiwan and Cuba of a Post Cold-War World. Art Basel in Hong Kong, 2013. Chi-Wen Gallery in collaboration with Peter Kalb and Joe Lin- Hill.
Reading Room, Julius Caesar, Chicago. (Organized by Sean Ward)
Les androïdes rêvent-ils de cochons électriques? Biennale Internationale du Design 2013, Saint Etienne, France. Curated by Marie-Haude Caraës
Domestic Animal Ghosts. Galería Inés Barrenechea, Madrid, Spain. (Curated by Gean Moreno)
Transcending Narratives of Humanity. MDC Museum of Art + Design, Miami.(Curated by MDC MOAD curatorial intern, Natalie Perez)
2012
Khamsa-izm. Gallery Diet, Miami. Organized by Nicolas Lobo.
Storefront. Buenavista Building, Design District, Miami. Organized by Ibett Yanez and Tiffany Chestler (De la Cruz Collection.)
Mondes Electriques. Epace Fondation EDF, Paris. Curated by Alain Beltran.
Rompe y tranque (in collaboration with Magdiel Aspillaga). Alluna Art Foundation, Miami.
Chains. HORSE, 10245 Berlin. Curated by Dani Jakob, Gabriel Vormstein, Sebastian Hammwöhner. (With Gean Moreno)
Mapping the Design World at Reciprocity, the Design Biennial for Social Innovation in Liege, Belgium. Curated by Max Borka.
Cultural Consortium Visual and Media Artists Fellowship Exhibition 2012. University Galleries, Florida Atlantic University.
The Persistence of Memories: Selections from the Mosquera Collection. Broward College New Gallery.
Restage, Design District, Miami. Curated by Angela Valella.
Universal. A video program curated by Grela Orihuela. Arteamericas, Miami.
SCOPE Art Show, New York 2012. Hardcore Contemporary Art Gallery.
2011
“Four Minutes, Thirty-Three Seconds”, LegalArt, Miami. Curated by Omar Lopez-Chahoud.
Inventory Series 02: Soul Does Matter, Design District, Miami. Curated by Thais Fontenelle.
ARTecho, Gary Nader Gallery, Miami.
E-Flux Pawnshop at Thessaloniki Biennial, Greece 2011.
Hard Poems in Space. Nektar De Stagni and Gallery Diet, Design District, Miami.
Junge Szene Kuba. Pasinger Fabrik, Munich. Curated by Siegfried Kaden.
Home: Dream Home. Praxis International Art, Wynwood, Miami. Assembled by Grela Orihuela.
E-flux Pawnshop. Art Basel 2011.
Enter the Nineties. Main Library, Auditorium, Miami-Dade Public Library System, Miami. Curated by Denise Delgado.
Improvising Architecture IFAE MIA, Miami, U.S. Curated by Gean Moreno.
2010
Design Miami 2010, Miami, U.S.
Visual Dance – visual art & dance collaboration. InKub8, Miami. Curated by Glexis Novoa & Heather Maloney.
CLOSE UP- 1ra Muestra de Video Arte en Puerto Vallarta / Centro Cultural Rio Cuale 22/oct/2010, Mexico.
Off the record. Edge Zone, Miami, U.S.
International Caribbean Triennial. Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.
New Work Miami. Miami Art Museum, Miami, U.S.
Portugal Art 10, Lisbon, Portugal.
Milwaukee International One-Minute Video Fair Tate Modern No Soul, Tate Modern, London, UK.
Catastrophe ? Quelle Catastrophe ?, Quebec Biennial, Quebec.
Proyecto Circo at II Semana de Video Iberoamericano. Galeria La Nave Spacial. Sevilla.
MIA. Ideobox, Miami, U.S
Proyecto Habitar, Spanish Cultural Center Montevideo, Uruguay; Spanish Cultural Center Antigua, Guatemala.
2009
Art Baselita | Mama’s little girl. Edge Zone, Miami, U.S.
RENT ELECTRICITY GAS. Terri and Donna. Miami, U.S.
PhotoMiami. Alonso Art. Miami, US
TIME+TEMP: Surveying the Shifting Climate of Painting in South Florida. The Art and Culture Center of Hollywood. Florida.
Proyecto Habitar, Spanish Cultural Center Miami, U.S; Spanish Cultural Center MExico City.
Night Shift, The Bass Museum of Art, Miami Beach, U.S. (curated by Jerome Sans)
2009 South Florida Cultural Consortium Media and Visual Artists Fellowship. Florida Atlantic University’. U.S.
Outer Space. Charest-Weinberg Gallery. Miami. U.S.
Luna Park. ALEJANDRA von HARTZ Gallery. Miami, US.
Staging Citizenship: Performing Cultural Rights. Cuban Documentary Series. 7th Encuentro, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogotá.
Cuba! Art and History, from 1868 to today. Groninger Museum. The Netherlands.
Miami Noir (collaboration with Gean Moreno). INVISIBLE-EXPORTS. NY, US.
Arteamericas 2009. Alonso Art. Miami. US.
La Habana Pavilion: Two Visions of Cuba. Arteamericas 2009. Miami Beach Convention Center, US.
Project Room: Large Sculptures. Arteamericas 2009. Miami Beach Convention Center, US.
Cumanana. Saltworks Gallery. Atlanta, GA, US. Curated by William Cordova.
2008
Nowhere-Now Here. LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Gijon. Spain.
PhotoMiami. Alonso Art. Miami, US
V Contemporary Fine Art. Tanda Corrida. CEDAV. Havana, Cuba.
ANIMANIMAL/MAMMAL/MANIMAL, Light Industry, NY.
Espacio Provisional. Milwaukee International Art Fair, Espacio Provisional with Gean Moreno. Milwaukee, WI US.
Arboleda. El cuerpo es cuerpos. Festival Internacional de Arte Contemporáneo. León, Mexico.
Cintas Foundation Finalists Exhibition for the Emilio Sanchez Award in the Visual Arts, Miami, US.
Espacio Provisional. Dark Fair, NY. Espacio Provisional with Gean Moreno. NY, US.
Cuba! Art and History, from 1868 to today. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Montreal. Canada.
2007
Sujetos Invisibles. Museo Rufino Tamayo. Mexico.
Arte Actual, FLACSO. Ecuador.
Miami Contemporary Artists: Creating a Scene, Freedom Tower, Art Basel Miami. US.
Top Soil. (collaborating with Gean Moreno) CasaLin, Miami, US.
Moving Fast, European Media Art Festival, Osnabrück, Germany.
Strove Festival de Vídeo Creació,  Amposta Spain,
Espacios Multiplicados. Center for the Development of the Visual Arts/CEDAV. Havana, Cuba.
Killing Time. Exit Art Gallery, NY, US.
Combo #4: lo que las imágenes quieren _ video desde Hispanoamérica. Fundación ICO, Madrid, Spain.Lugaradudas, La Vitrina, Cali, Colombia.
2006
Waiting List, Mestna Galerija, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Desobediencia Tecnológica. Fourth Saint-Etienne International Design Biennial, Saint-Etienne, France.
Desobediencia. Les Ateliers, Escuela Nacional Superior de Creación Industrial (ENSCI) París, France.
Play video cubano. Itinerant Video Exhibition in Latin America and Miami, Cultural Centers of Spain
2005
SAFE: Design Takes On Risk. The Museum of Modern Art. MoMA. NY. USA.
Provisional enemy and Decorative Documentary. Visual Art Gathering, Doha, Qatar.
Provisional Enemy. IV Contemporary Fine Art. Fototeca de Cuba. Havana, Cuba.
2003
Provisional Bench. Latin American Design Foundation, Ámsterdam, Netherlands.
ALEHOP! Dissenys, Enginys i Remeis. Institut de cultura La Virreina, Barcelona, Spain.
2002
¡Agua!, Third Saint-Etienne International Design Biennial, Saint-Etienne,  France.
Plásticos del mundo, Third Saint-Etienne International Design Biennial, Saint-Etienne,  France
Salon Marjolaine, París, France
1995
Criaturas and  Bésame Habana. Una de cada clase, Next Generation Show, Ludwig Foundation, Havana, Cuba. (With Ordo Amoris Cabinet)

Collections
Pérez Art Museum Miami
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Montreal. Canada.
Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale, Florida, US.
Saludarte Foundation, Caracas.
CIFO

Publications
Ernesto Oroza, Gean Moreno. Notes sur la maison moirée (ou un urbanisme pour des villes qui se vident) Co-édition : Cité du design et École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Saint-Étienne. (Saint-Étienne, 2013)
Ernesto Oroza, Maja Asaa, Mira Kongstein. “Editing Havana- Stories of Popular Housing.” 2011. Published by Aristo Bogforlag 2011
Ernesto Oroza . 2009. “RIKIMBILI. Une étude sur la désobéissance technologique et quelques formes de réinvention.” 2009. Publications de l’Université de Saint-Étienne, France.
Ernesto Oroza, 2008. “Statement of Necessity.” Miami. Alonso Art.
Pentagram Paper no. 32 “NO WASTE.”  2003. With an introduction by Alex Marashian and design by Fernando Gutierrez. London Pentagram Design.
Ernesto Oroza/ Penelope de Bozzi. 2002. “Objets Réinventé. La création populaire a Cuba.” Paris: Ëditions Alternatives.

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Texts by Ernesto Oroza:
– Generic Objects. (With Gean Moreno). Tabloid # 10. Miami Art Museum and Textos Moire,  August. 2010.
– Desobediencia: Vizcaya Canibal. Presented at CA2M, Spain, June, 2010.
– Moire Objects. (With Gean Moreno). Freddy – Tabloid # 9. Main Library, Miami-Dade Public Library System and Textos Moire. June, 2010.
– Thirteen ways to look at a salvage yard. (With Gean Moreno). Tabloid # 9. Main Library, Miami-Dade Public Library System and Textos Moire. June, 2010.
– NOTES ON THE MOIRE HOUSE (Or, “Urbanism” for Emptying Cities) Tabloid # 8 (english version) and Tabloid# 9 (french version), Textos Moire, 2010.
– Learning from Little Haiti. (With Gean Moreno). e-flux journal reader, October 2009, English, Sternberg Press; Spanish version, Textos Moire, Havana, 2009.
– The Aesthetics of the Transition to Progress and Technological Disobedience. Nowhere/Now/Here. Laboral Centro de Arte y Creacion Industrial. 2008
– Statement of necessity. For an architecture of the necessity and the disobedience. Architecture of Necessity. A study on transformed architecture in the contemporary Havana. www.architectureofnecessity.com, 2006
– Rikimbili. Un estudio sobre Desobediencia tecnológica y otras formas de reinvención en Cuba. Ernesto Oroza para el proyecto Innovación Familiar, Cuba-Francia. Producción Embajada de Francia en Cuba. 2006
– Objets Réinventé. La création populaire a Cuba, with Penélope de Bozzi. Ëditions Alternatives, París, Francia. 2002.
– Poéticas Productivas/ Poetic Out- put. Azimuts No 23 Revue de design. Oroza, Ernesto. Published by the Regional Institute for Design Development Saint Etienne, France. 2002
– Reparación. Una poética productiva.ALEHOP! Dissenys, Enginys I Remeis (catalogue). Oroza, Ernesto. 2003. Institut de cultura La Virreina, Barcelona, España.
– Recycle the Essential Guide. Introducción de LucySiegle. Black Dog Publishing. Londron, UK, 2006.
– El confort es legal. Ernesto Oroza para el Laboratorio Maldeojo. Edición Maldeojo. La Habana. Cuba. 2002
– La creación popular cubana en los 90. Arte América 2004. www.arteamerica.cu/6/dossier/oroza.htm
– La creación popular cubana en los 90. Sitio web del II Reunión de Historiadores del diseño. 2000 http://www.culturadeldiseño.cult.cu

Catalogues (selection):
– Cuba! Art and History, from 1868 to today. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts. Montreal. Canada.
– Espacios Multiplicados. CEDAV, Centro de Desarrollo de las Artes Visuales. La Habana, 2007.
– Lo que las imágenes quieren. Video desde Hispanoamérica. Fundación ICO. Madrid, Spain, 2007. Rodolfo Kronfle Chambers. ¿Qué quieren las imágenes?
– Anestesia. Curator: Miramar Trade Center. La Habana Cuba. 2007
– Play Video Cubano. Muestra del audiovisual cubano contemporáneo. Embajada de España en Cuba. 2006.
– Waiting List. “Time and Transition in Contemporary Cuban Art.” (Elvis Fuentes Villalonga). Mestna
galerita Ljubljana. Diciembre. Eslovenia. 2006
– ENJOY Evento Internacional de Performance y audiovisuales. Proyecto Circo Tercera Edición. 2006
– SAFE: Design Takes On Risk. The Museum of Modern Art. MoMA. NY. October, 2005 -January,
2006. USA. www.moma.org/safe
– Franklin Álvarez/ Ernesto Oroza/ Humberto Planas. Doha Cultural Festival March – 2005. National
Council for Culture, Art & Heritage. Doha Qatar. 2005
– ALEHOP! Dissenys, Enginys i Remeis. Institut de cultura La Virreina, Barcelona, España. 2003
– Cuarto Salón de Arte Contemporáneo La Habana/ enero Febrero 2005. Centro de Desarrollo de las
Artes Visuales. La Habana, 2005
– Perpetual Design Calendar. Designboom.com/ Dupont. Italia. 2003
– Catalogo Digital En la vida real. Galería Provisional, 8va Bienal de Arte de la Habana. 2003

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