Latest publications:
Textiles and Contexts: Reflections on Classical Aesthetics and Mythological Metaphors in Yiqing Yin’s Installation “In–Between," Venice Biennale 2013

This article analyzes Yiqing Yin’s installation exposed at the Venice biennale 2013, using a Classical-reception methodology, in accordance with the curatorial concept underlying the 55th biennale, titled “the Encyclopedic Palace."

Published Online: June 30, 2015

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The Digital Avant-Garde: A Brief History

This research is primarily concerned with recontextualizing the avant-garde as it fits within the domain of twenty-first century art that is created, distributed and/or consumed via digital means.

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Monitoring Devices and Media Practices from the 19th Century

RFID devices becoming popular in the contemporary era, triggered many artists to research them. Based in past technological practices continue evolving throughout the western civilization linking art, science and capitalism.

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Creating Digital Art History: Library, Student and Faculty Collaboration

Art History and Studio Art undergraduate students collaborate with faculty and library digital publishing services to publish annually a 100-page Art Journal in the open-access digital repository.

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Published online: May 26, 2015

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Deterritorialised and Immersive Learning Takes Flight

This paper maps the planning and thinking for an off-campus, intensive and immersive learning experiences for art students. A Deleuzian approach underpins the design and its implementation.

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Whose Barrio? Institutional Identity and Survival Tactics of El Museo del Barrio

We discuss the history and the development of El Museo del Barrio in New York City specifying the crucial role that community museums play in the experience of political marginalization.

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Locative Art and ICT Interdisciplinarity: An Experience with Public School Teachers in Brazil

In this article we outline some contributions to the field of locative art and ICT education, specifically towards the interdisciplinary use of mobile devices in elementary level classrooms.

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The Dysfunctional Machine: Chindogu Meets Pataphysics

My interactive machine sculptures that critique the fitness industry have their roots in both the pseudo-science of pataphysics and Japanese chindogu, products that are purposefully designed to be dysfunctional.

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The International Journal of New Media, Technology and the Arts , Volume 9, Issue 3-4, April 2015

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The Role of Brevitas in Ancient Roman Rhetoric

Ancient Romans saw language as a practical instrument like a farming tool. What was efficient was valued. Thus, "brevitas" in Roman oratory was a rival stylistic tool to Greek "copia."

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