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Introducing Jordana Blejmar

Jordana Blejmar

Jordana Blejmar

Latamcyber is delighted to announce a new member of our team! Jordana Blejmar is a specialist in the history of art and cultural memory in the Hispanic world, and is joining us from the Institute of Modern Languages Research (University of London).

Jordana will be working as Research Associate on Claire’s project on Latin(o) American Digital Art, and will be based with Claire at the University of Liverpool. Jordana will play a pivotal role in the project, welcoming our Artists in Residence, helping with the organisation of the Cities in Dialogue exhibition at the  Independents Liverpool Biennial, preparing workshops and working on other events and publications. More information about these events will be posted on our forthcoming Events pages for 2014.

Latamcyber welcomes Jordana to the project, and looks forward to working with her on these exciting events!

 

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