Curator, critic, teacher, consultant in cultural management and
Curator of the exhibition TransUtopies. Mobility, Movement,
Mobilization. CentroCentro, Madrid. Teacher-consultant. History,
Theory & Critique of Design, UOC-Universitat Oberta de Catalunya.
PhD student, writing Doctoral Thesis on Hybrid Institution: Design
as communicating vessel with Science, Contemporary Art and
Architecture (UVIC-Universitat de Vic. Translation, Gender &
Cultural Studies program.)
Rosa Pera has a long career as curator and critic. Lately, she has curated several exhibitions on
contemporary art and design. She has been also involved in different projects focused on intervention in
public space, usually involving the participation of people in several contexts and taking in account specific
Some exhibitions she has curated recently:
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Rosa Pera was a member of the 1st. Executive Committee of Culture (Barcelona City Council, 2009-2012)
and she has been working as an independent cultural adviser with different public institutions in Spain. She
was the Director of the master degree “Direction and Design of Exhibition Projects” at Elisava, School of
Design and Engineering of Barcelona (2006-2011). She has also taught in different Colleges as invited
lecturer and teacher on History, Theory & Critique of Design, Urban Art, cultural management, Art criticism
and History, curatorialship, etc. She was also director of QUAM (1996-1999), a touring program of
workshops for young artists in Catalonia through theory programs, exhibitions and interventions in public
Born in Santander in Summer of 1983. He holds an MFA from the Slade School of Fine Arts, London and teaches in Goldsmiths College (London). Lives and works in London.
Born in 1976 in Toronto, Canada, she has been based in Europe since 2002. She completed her graduate degree in Visual Arts at the IUAV University in Venice, and later worked as an Assistant Professor in the visual arts courses held by Lewis Baltz.
Born in Top dong, Jeju and carries out his activities in Seoul, South Korea. He has been inventing works that reflect the contemporary world by reinterpreting discarded objects or images and space that do not receive attention in daily life. Through such process of reinterpretation, YangKura was quite naturally drawn to ecology and environment.
Curator and critic
A convergence of art and culture
Publisher and chief Editor on Seaweed journal
Publisher and Director, Quelpartpress
Nayun holds BFA, Painting, College of Fine Arts,
Hongik Univ., Seoul, Korea, Art Therapy Education,
Hanyang Univ., Seoul, Korea and MFA, Art Criticism and
Writing, School of Visual Arts, New York, U.S.A.