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Diasporic artist and researcher, her work explores themes such as gender, power and communication, through various media such as painting, drawing, installation, pedagogy and video art, as well as various research projects and social action. She has exhibited nationally and regionally at the IX Biennial, the X Central American Biennial, the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design, the MARTE Museum in El Salvador, among others. As an active member and co-founder of the Hapa Collective, she has participated in international exhibitions at the Berlin Times Center, Apex Art (NY, USA) and the Trienal de Arte Latinoamericano at the Museo del Barrio (NY, USA).

Twice a scholarship resident of the Central American Art Residency (RAPACES) in Nicaragua, she also participated in the Artists in Transit Residency (RAT) and the Tocar, No Dominar Residency, held at the Cultural Center of Spain in Costa Rica (CCE) . Co-founder of the art and feminism workshop Paradais, in San José; co-director of the Casa MA project (House of Women Artists) in 2019.


Matteucci has an Academic Master's Degree in Communication and Development, a Bachelor of Psychology and a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Costa Rica. She also has a Diploma in Gender from the FLACSO-PRIGEPP program (Argentina). She has published multiple articles in academic journals on gender, political participation, and migrant women in Costa Rica.

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