María Iñigo Clavo

Correspondent: Rabat

María Iñigo Clavo holds a PhD in Fine Arts and is a lecturer of arts at the Open University of Catalonia. Her research work focuses on understanding power colonial relationships, the construction of otherness, disciplinary desencounters, untranslatability, emotions and representation of (national) history in Museum and Gallery Studies in Europe and Latin America with special attention to Brazil. Over the last decade, she has been living between Brazil, UK and Spain, linked to research projects at the University of Essex, the University of the Arts London and the University of São Paulo. She has collaborated in a variety of publications for e-flux, Stedelijk Museum and MeLa* Project and journals like Versión/sur, Concinnitas, Revista de Occidente, Bilboquet, Re-visione and others.