Alejandra López Gabrielidis (Mendoza, 1986). She holds a degree in Philosophy, and has focused on Art and Digital Technologies. Her doctoral thesis "Datification and Individuation. A study on digital corporeality in contemporary artistic practices" examines the new modalities of body-reality that emerge in relation to the phenomenon of datification (Joint supervisión PhD between Universitat de Barcelona and Université Rennes 2). Her research interests focus, mainly, on analyzing the relationships that are woven between the data and the body from a distributed agency paradigm. She approaches these issues by combining philosophy of technology with artistic critique. In recent years she has worked as a teacher of Gender Studies for the Fine Arts Degree at the University of Barcelona, and is currently teaching Critical Theories of Interactive Design at ELISAVA. She has worked as a trainee researcher in the projects IN>TRA. La práctica artística colaborativa como modelo de experiencia: Nuevas formas y prototipos en los procesos de investigación, and IMARTE. Grupo de Investigación, Arte, Ciencia y Tecnología, at the University of Barcelona. She has translated Franco "Bifo" Berardi's book Fenomenología del Fin. Sensibilidad y mutación conectiva, for the collection "Futuros Próximos" of the publishing house Caja Negra. She has also published articles and essays in various magazines and publishing houses such as Holobionte, BRAC, InterARTive, Teknokultura and Arquine, and in exhibitions such as Ssssssssilex by Paco Chanivet (La Capella) and Cuerpo y Ficción (Dilalica).
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