Cristina Miranda de Almeida

Visiting Scholar at the IN3/UOC, Research Line Digital Culture. Currently teaching and researching at the Department of Art and Technology, Facultad de Bellas Artes, University of the Basque Country. Wicklow Fellow in the MPCT, University of Toronto (projects Global Art, WiredBook & Electronic Margin and Point of Being). ARA (Planetary Collegium, University of Plymouth, Great Britain, 2006) and Visiting Researcher in Paris, at the Beaux-arts l’Ècole Nationale Supérieure (April-June 2010).

European PhD in Arts (2005, UPV-EHU, thesis The Tree of Art. Inter-subjective and Trans-sensorial Matrix for a Non-visual Art and the Silence of the Artistic I; 4 years of FPI Research Grant), a Post-doctorate Degree as Advanced Research Associate, Planetary Collegium, University of Plymouth, U.K. (2005/06), a Master in Industrial Design (DZ-BAI), a Diploma of specialization in Territorial Planning (Fundicot, Universidad de Valencia), a Diploma of specialization in Town Planning (IBAM, Rio de Janeiro), a Degree in Art (Faculty of Fine Arts, University of the Basque Country, UPV-EHU, Vizcaya, Spain) and a Degree in Architecture (Faculty of Architecture, USU, Rio de Janeiro).

Some Publications: Book El Árbol del Arte. Matriz trans-sensorial e intersubjetiva para el arte no visual y el silencio del yo artístico (2006); The Silence of the Artistic I. Listening for bringing the Nanoscale to Human Consciousness (2007); The Electronic Dimensions of the Silence of the Artistic I in the Germinal Operations of Art Creation (2006); WiredBook & Electronic Margin (2008); The space in between. Design bottom-up knowledge in an Interconnected Society (2009); Interactive Design and Augmented Realities (2009).

The results of her individual and collective research have been presented in different international and national conferences: Montreal (2010); Vitoria-Gasteiz (2009); Orlando, USA (2009); Munich (2009); Aberdeen (2009), Singapore (2008), Valencia (2008), Bilbao (2008), Plymouth (2007-05), Montreal (2005), Istanbul (2005), Tucson (2006), Naples (2007).


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