María Íñigo Clavo
María Íñigo Clavo holds a PhD in Fine Arts and is an assistant professor at Open University of Catalonia. Her research work focuses on understanding power colonial relationships, the construction of otherness, disciplinar desencounters, untranslatability, emotions and representation of (national) history in Museum and Gallery Studies in Europe and Latin America with special attention in Brazil. In the last decade, she has been living between Brazil, UK and Spain, linked to research projects at University of Essex and University of the Arts London and University of Sao Paulo, where she also taught. She was a co-founder of the independent research group “Peninsula, Colonial processes and artistic and curatorial practices” in collaboration with Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia. Futhermore, she has collaborated with a variety of publications, such as e-flux journal, Stedelijk Museum, Mela* Project, Afterall journal, Versión/sur, Concinnitas, Revista de Occidente, Bilboquet, Re-visione and others. María Íñigo Clavo edited the Magazine Re-visiones responding to the question: Is It Possible to Decolonize Western Methodologies? The South as Interlocution.