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Digital Art on LSE Impact Blog

Claire’s project on Latin(o) American Digital Art has been featured on the LSE’s Impact Blog. The LSE Impact Blog is a hub for researchers, administrative staff, librarians, students, think tanks, government, and anyone else interested in maximising the impact of academic work in the social sciences and other disciplines. It aims to encourage debate, share best … Continue reading

Latin(o) American Digital Art policy document distributed

The policy document written after Claire’s successful Latin(o) American Digital Art exhibition at FACT Liverpool in 2014  has been translated into Spanish and distributed among Latin American institutions. In October 2016, Claire was awarded Impact Acceleration funding from the University of Liverpool to carry out work on the project Latin American Art and Museum Policy, … Continue reading

Introducing Ailsa Peate

The Latin(o) American Digital Art Project, led by Claire Taylor, welcomes this month Ailsa Peate to the research team. Ailsa is currently a doctoral student at the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures at the University of Liverpool, working under Claire’s supervision. Ailsa will be working as postgraduate Research Assistant for the Latin(o) American Digital Art … Continue reading

Thea Pitman’s blog post on netweaving in Latin@ digital art published in Mediático

Thea’s post on the poetics of ‘netweaving’ in digital art projects by Latina/o artists Lucia Grossberger Morales, Guillermo Bert and Monika Bravo has just been published in Mediático, an online media and film studies blog focusing on Latin American, Latina/o and Iberian media cultures. To read the full blog post click here.

Latin American Digital Art at V&A

We’re delighted to announce that Claire’s Latin(o) American Digital Art Project has been invited to participate in the Digital Design Weekend 2015, to be held at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The culmination of the London Design Festival, the Digital Design Weekend is held from Saturday 26 – Sunday 27 September 2015 , 10.30 … Continue reading

Digital art in Montevideo and Buenos Aires

We just came back from an exciting trip to Argentina and Uruguay where we ran a series of events and activities on the AHRC-funded project Latin(o) American Digital Art.  Our first stop was Montevideo, where we were welcomed by the internationally recognised artist Brian Mackern, who had been  our Artist in Residence in Liverpool in October … Continue reading

One Week to go!

It’s only now one week to go before our week-long series of events in Montevideo and Buenos Aires. We’ve been very busy preparing for the events, and there is lots of new information available on our Events pages, where you can find out more information including timings, locations, and speakers at each event. For all the … Continue reading

Cities in Dialogue Events in Montevideo and Buenos Aires!

The original Cities in Dialogue / Ciudades en Diálogo first started out in Liverpool, UK in October 2014, and brought together four leading artists: Brian Mackern (Uruguay), Ricardo Miranda Zúñiga (US), Bárbara Palomino (Chile), and Marina Zerbarini (Argentina). We are now taking the exhibition to South America! Our first stop will be the historical Cabildo in … Continue reading

Brian’s Suitcase: A New Outcome of Our Digital Art Project

Brian Mackern’s residency in Liverpool for our AHRC-funded project Latin(o) American Digital Arts keeps having unexpected and amazing outcomes. Brian’s new version of his Santa Rosa Storm, as presented at FACT during his residency here in Liverpool last October, has now gone on its travels to other venues and events. After a concert in Mexico and … Continue reading

We are now on the front page of UoL news!

We are delighted that the news on our April’s Twitter Gallery featuring amazing images from Brian Mackern’s This Too Shall Pass has made it to the front page of the University of Liverpool news. The article gives details about the gallery, explains how to win a signed poster by the artist and a first edition copy of … Continue reading

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