Alexandro Segade

My Barbarian

Visual Arts, 2012

Alexandro Segade is an artist based in Los Angeles who, apart from his work with My Barbarian, has presented his own performances and videos at LAXART, REDCAT and Artist Curated Projects in Los Angeles; Migrating Forms at Anthology Film Archive in New York; Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco; and Vox Populi in Philadelphia. His project, Replicant vs. Separatist, is a science fiction genre discussion of gay marriage, which received a grant from the Durfee Foundation in 2010. He received an Art Matters Grant in 2011 for a collaboration with artist Wu Tsang. Segade earned a BA in English from UCLA (1996) and an MFA in interdisciplinary studio art from UCLA (2009). He currently teaches performance, video, sculpture and public art at the University of Southern California and serves as performance faculty at Bard College’s Milton Avery Graduate School of Arts.

Awards and Accomplishments


My Barbarian participates in the 2014 Whitney Bienniel in New York 


My Barbarian received a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grant