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Marina Vinyes Albes

Head of programming, educational services and exhibitions at the Filmoteca de Catalunya, she has a degree in Humanities and has studied Cinema and Contemporary Audiovisuals at the Pompeu Fabra University. In 2013 she received the Walter Benjamin Memorial International Prize for her unpublished essay Usos i abusos de la imatge en l’univers audiovisual de la Shoah (Uses and Abuses of the Image in the Audiovisual Universe of the Shoah, Documenta Universitària, 2015). She has curated numerous film cycles, the video installations show Omer Fast. Le présent continue (Omer Fast: Present Continuous, 2015) in Jeu de Paume in Paris, the seminar and screenings programme La vida de les històries. El testimoni Filmat (The Life of Stories: Filmed Testimonies, 2017), and the film cycles Revolució, je t’aime. Cinema i ruptures del 68 (Revolution, I Love You: Cinema and Ruptures of ’68, 2018) and Aquí i allà. Imatges d’una identitat diversa (Here and There: Images of a Diverse Identity) in Barcelona. In 2018 she was a member of the team coordinating the debates of the Open City Thinking Biennale and has recently joined the artistic team of the Maresme Contemporary Art Biennale.

Update: 11 March 2020


Has participated in

Conversation with Aída Bueno Sarduy

Colonial intimacy