Agustina Woodgate (1981, Argentina) is an artist whose practice focuses on the politics of landscapes and infrastructures as a conceptual and public geography. She recombines, activates and repurposes available resources while setting alternative systems in motion. Her work comes about through a logical process of discovery rather than invention, utilizing displacement as a strategy. Woodgates’ approach is speculative, practical, and site and context-responsive, presenting critical alternatives to concepts on social orders, resource management and information distribution bringing clarity, scale, and accessibility

Agustina is one of the artists commissioned for South Elm Projects. She completed Hopscotch across the South Elm neighborhood during her one-week residency in April.