André Romão (b. 1984, Lisbon, Portugal) lives and works in Lisbon, Portugal. Romão’s work has developed on a diversity of media to explore a territory where normal interactions between bodies and entities are suspended, and where the borders between human and animal, natural and artificial, cultural and vegetable blur. Strongly anchored in poetry, his work uses or appropriates materials in a speculative manner, deeply rooted in the legacies of both Surrealism and the Baroque. Recent exhibitions include Museu Berardo, Portugal (2019); Galeria Vera Cortês, Portugal (2018); Tenderpixel, UK (2018); Museu de Serralves, Portugal (2016; 2013) and MACRO, Italy (2014).