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Ana Maria Mauad es profesora titular del Departamento de Historia de la Universidad Federal Fluminense, RJ, Brasil, y coordinadora del Laboratorio de Historia Oral e Imagen de la misma universidad. Es investigadora del Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones de Brasil (CNPq), becaria CNE de la Fundación de Amparo a la Investigación del Estado de Rio de Janeiro (FAPERJ) y en 2018 ocupo la Cátedra Celso Furtando, como investigadora visitante en el St John’s College, Cambridge University, UK. Actua en el setor de Teoria y Metodología de la Historia en cursos en Graduación y Pos-Graduación, orientando tesis de maestria y doctorado. Dedicase al estudo de las relaciones entre fotografia e historia en que convergen cuestiones asociadas a los campos de la historia visual, historia oral e historia de la memória, coordinando proyectos financiados por las principales agencias de fomento a la investigación en Brasil. Integra la Red Brasileira de Historia Publica y coordina junto con la Dra. Maria Teresa Bandeira de Mello el GT Cultura Visual, Imagen e História, sección ANPUH-Rio, e que se articula una amplia red de investigadores sobre imagen y memoria, organizando el Fórum Anual - Una Agenda para la Fotografía.
CHAO was involved in the curatorial practice from 2010. Between 2011-2015, she served as the curator and managing director at V ART CENTER, founded by the Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts, a non-profit space. She produced over 50 exhibitions and projects with emerging artists, the institution became one of the most important incubating grounds for the Shanghai art scene.The main exhibition projects focus on participatory art, cross-disciplinary art practices, and discussions on theory and art practice in past five years includes" Goethe Open Space 2016:Moving Institutions" (Goethe Institute), " Community of Celibates" cooperated with philosopher Lu Xinghua (Bund Three,Shanghai Gallery), "Take Me Out" co-curated with Davide Quadrio (K11 Museum) ,“an all-encompassing all sounds”, cooperated with philosopher Jiang Yuhui(CAFA art Museum). And in 2017, She officially joined the Start Museum, as the senior curator, located in the West Bund district in Shanghai. She launched and curated an ongoing research project "Being information". Her current research and curating interests are cross-disciplinary art practices and the role of rituals in historical and contemporary latitudes. Recently curatorial project “Rituals in the Rituals of Future” which is a collective creation depends on researches. The first Round of it was a project within the exhibition “Re-sculpt” of Thomas Hirschhorn(McaM,2018)and the book has been lunched, 2019. She won the ACC Residency Fellow 2019 of the Asia Culture Center, Gwangju, South Korea from August 5th to November 5th, 2019. She also awarded the Travel Grant to attend CIMAM 2019 Annual Conference, 2019 Sydney, Australia. At the end of this year, she will finish and launch my book base on past years research “2010 - 2020: The heterogeneity of institutional practice based on Shanghai”
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Daria Tuminas (St. Petersburg / Russia - based in Rotterdam / the Netherlands) is a curator at FOTODOK. Starting from 2017 and until 2020, Tuminas has been working as the head of Unseen Book Market at Unseen Amsterdam. She obtained an MA in Film and Photographic Studies at Leiden University. Daria regularly contributes texts to various media. In 2017, she was the guest editor of The Photobook Review #12 published by Aperture; or in 2018, she contributed a chapter to the book How We See: Photobooks by Women by 10 x 10 Photobooks.
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