Daily rituals: the biocybrid body and the naturalization of technologies
31. Januar um 18:00 – 20:00 CET
Interface Cultures invites to a guest lecture by the Brasilian Media Art Pioneer Prof.in Dr.in Diana Domingues.
online at MS Teams: here
Prof.in Dr.in Diana Domingues, is the founder and the Director of LART (Art and TechnoScience Research Laboratory, Brazil). She is a CNPq researcher PQ1 A at the National Research Board, Ministry of Science Technology and Innovation, She actuates as a senior Professor at the PostGraduate Program in Biomedical. Engineering at UnB FGA Gama and at the PostGraduate Program in Science and Technologies in Health at UnB Ceilândia. She also is a Researcher Collaborator at the Computig Institut – UNICAMP at the Socioenactive Group UNICAMP FAPESP. She received the Grant of the National Program of Visiting Professors (PVNS/CAPES of the Ministry of Education, (2010 2014), Brazil. She holds a postdoctoral degree from ATI – Art & Technologies de l’Image, Université Paris VIII, and a PhD in Communications and Semiotics from PUC São Paulo. She traced the plan of ‘New Leonardos’ in Brazil at the University of Brasilia and UNICAMP, based on the creative minds of artists and scientists to redefine the boundaries of Art and TechnoScience, investigating innovative practices for contributions to contemporary forms of Art. Her actions are related to international collaborations such as at MIT – Camera Cultura/CNPq,Advisory Board of the Program MediaAC, Department for Image Science (Danube University Krems), and OCADU in Toronto, editorial Board of Digital Creativity, consultant and advisory member in events of Societies ISEA, Leonardo and others. Publications of high impact at IEEE, ISEA, Leonardo, SPIE, Siggraph, Editorial results including around 15 books in Anthologies, Journals, special issues and the landmark books at EDUNESP.
She is the author of approximately 100 chapters in books and articles in journals of Harmattan, Presses UQAM, LAVAL, and other publishers in Mexico, Spain, Italy, France, the UK, China, Japan, and the US, including Leonardo and Digital Creativity. She is a reference in Latin American Contemporary Arts with over 50 individual exhibits, and over 130 collective exhibitions in São Paulo Biennials, Bienal de la Habana, Bienal do Mercosul, HKW (Berlin), Maison Européenne de la Photographie Paris 2005, Museum MN Belas Artes (Rio de Janeiro),Buenos Aires, UNAM Mexico, MAM Buenos Aires, São Paulo MAC (São Paulo), and in galleries and museums in France, Italy, Sweden, the US, Greece, China, Mexico, Peru, Argentina and Colombia. She has curated international events such as Ciberarte Zonas de Interação (II Bienal do Mercosul), engaging with over 300 scientists and artists.