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Lecture

Art, Heritage, and the Reinvention of Public Space

Event information

Date & location

From 6:00pm to 7:00pm CET

Zoom

Contact

Dissonant Heritage Organisation Team

dissonantheritage@uj.edu.pl

Participation

Join via Zoom (Meeting ID: 998 1525 6909, Passcode: 947176)

The online lecture 'Art, Heritage, and the Reinvention of Public Space' is given in the framework of the Una Europa PhD Workshop: Dissonant Heritage: Concepts, Critiques, Cases organised by Alma Mater Studiorum, Universita di Bologna and Uniwersytet Jagiellonski w Krakowie. This guest lecture will be delivered by Professor Giselle Beiguelman, Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo da Universidade de São Paulo.

Dissonant Heritage: Concepts, Critiques, Cases

The aim of the PhD Workshop in Cultural Heritage is to bring together PhD students and scholars from across Una Europa universities. It intends to offer participants insights from different backgrounds, to contribute to their education through a transdisciplinary approach and to create synergies with industry and the private sector.

Find out more on the PhD Workshop Dissonant Heritage: Concepts, Critiques, Cases website

Professor Giselle Beiguelman

Giselle Beiguelman researches preservation of digital art, art and activism in the networked city and the aesthetics of memory in the 21st century. She develops projects of artistic interventions in public space and with digital media . She is a professor at FAUUSP and was the coordinator of its Design course from 2013 to 2015. Among her recent projects are Memória da Amnesia (2015), Odiolândia (2017) and the curatorship of Arquinterface: the city expanded by networks (2015).

She is a member of the Laboratory for OTHER Urbanisms (FAUUSP) and of the Interdisciplinary Laboratory Image Knowledge – Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. Author of several books and articles on digital art and culture, her works are part of museum collections in Brazil and abroad, such as ZKM (Germany), Yad Vashem (Israel), Latin American Collection – Essex University (England), MAC-USP and São Paulo State Art Gallery, among others. She was editor-in-chief of Revista seLecT (2011-2014) and is a columnist for Rádio USP and Revista Zum . Her book Memory of amnesia: politics of oblivion comes out in January 2019 by Edições Sesc.

Find out more on Giselle Beiguelman's website

Giselle Beiguelman

This lecture is given in the framework of the Una Europa PhD Workshop, which was initiated from the 1Europe Project.