Art-Science-Technology: Transdisciplinarity as a Curatorial Argument in Three Contemporary Art Exhibitions

  • Nara Cristina Santos
Keywords: Exhibitions, Art Science Technology, Transdisciplinarity, Contemporary Art, Art History

Abstract

This article is about a study on three Art-Science-Technology exhibitions organized by researchers, between curators, scientists and artists, from different Higher Education Institutions in Brazil and Argentina: Mata - 200 million years (2011), FACTORS 4.0 (2017), Transdisciplinarity Art, Science and Neuroscience (2020). Shared curation seeks, both in the expository strategy and in the theoretical challenge, to discuss the concept of transdisciplinarity as a curatorial argument. This conception is combined with different concepts in each of the exhibitions and generates emerging questions, provoking new exhibition practices and other discourses to contribute to the field of Contemporary Art and its history.

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Author Biography

Nara Cristina Santos

Pós-doutorado em Artes Visuais/UFRJ. Doutora em Artes Visuais/UFRGS com estágio na Paris VIII/França. Professora do DART/UFSM desde 1993, atua na Graduação e Pós-Graduação das Artes Visuais/PPGART. Pesquisadora em História, Teoria, Crítica e Curadoria, com projetos transdisciplinares em Arte-Ciência Tecnologia. Coordena o LABART www.ufsm.br/labart e lidera o grupo de pesquisa Arte e Tecnologia/CNPq. Organizadora e curadora do Festival Arte Ciência e Tecnologia/FACTORS. Tem convênios, projetos e publicações no Brasil e exterior. Consultora da CAPES para área de Artes. Membro do Comitê Brasileiro de História da Arte (CBHA) e da Associação Nacional de Pesquisadores em Artes Plásticas (ANPAP), que presidiu no biênio 2015-2016.

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How to Cite
Cristina Santos, N. (2021). Art-Science-Technology: Transdisciplinarity as a Curatorial Argument in Three Contemporary Art Exhibitions. DAT Journal, 6(1), 78-90. https://doi.org/10.29147/dat.v6i1.327
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