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Miguel Hernández-Navarro

February - June 2010

Miguel Á. Hernández-Navarro is lecturer of art history at University of Murcia, Spain and formerly the director of the Centro de Documentación y Estudios Avanzados de Arte Contemporáneo (CENDEAC) in Murcia. In addition to curating several exhibitions, such as Peripheries of the Body (New York, 2006), Hernández-Navarro also focuses on antivisual art, contemporary art theory, and multicultural studies. He is author, with Mieke Bal, of 2Move: Video Art Migration (Murcia, 2008); El archivo escotómico de la Modernidad: pequeños pasos para una teoría de la vision (Madrid, 2007); and editor of Mary Kelly: La balada de Kastriot Rexhepi (Murcia, 2008). His Clark project will explore the use of obsolete technologies in contemporary art practices.

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