Fernanda Fragateiro (1962) lives and works in Lisbon, Portugal. Fragateiro’s projects are characterized by a keen interest in re-thinking and probing modernist practices. Her practice involves an archaeology into modernism’s social, political and aesthetic history through ongoing research with archival matter, materials and objects. Operating in the three-dimensional field and defying the tension between sculpture and architecture, Fragateiro’s works potentiate the relationships with each place, summing the spectator into a performative situation. Her sculptural and architectural interventions in unexpected spaces (a monastery, an orphanage, a dilapidated houses) and subtle alterations of existing landscapes reveal buried stories of construction and transformation.