Gisela Domschke is co-founder and artistic director of Labmovel (Prix Ars Electronica 2013). She is a Brazilian independent curator, working in collaboration with cultural institutions such as British Council, AHRC, Mondriaan Foundation,  Het Nieuwe Institute,  Prince Claus Fund, FutureEverything and others. Former lecturer in the MA Interactive Media programme in Goldsmiths University, London. She founded and managed the media lab of the Museu da Imagem e do Som of São Paulo, where she was responsible for the programme of exhibitions, workshops, artistic residencies, groups of research, festivals and partnerships with international institutions. Her artwork as a former media artist was exhibited in the Whitney Biennial (NY), Stedelijk Museum (Amsterdam), ICA (London), Johnson Museum of Art (Ithaca), Centre d’ Art Contemporain (Geneve) e Bienal de São Paulo. She is a guest lecturer at FAAP and Escola São Paulo. Amongst her curatorial projects are  2012 ZERO1 Biennial, San Jose (CA) “Radical Fictions” in the IV 3M Digital Arts Show, Instituto Tomie Otahke, (SP) 2013, Basement, creative residence, Red Bull Station (SP) 2015, “Vital Beauty”, Glory Hole, Galeria Jaqueline Martins (SP), 2015-2016. Contact: gdomschke@gmail.com.

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  1. Greg Giannis said:

    Hi Gisela,
    I am an artist, teacher and researcher. I am researching the teaching of software to artists. I have received funding to travel and visit centres of excellence and experts in the field. I would be very keen to meet you as I will be in SP in March/April. I have also exhibited at the Museum of Image and Sound in 2008. Would you be interested and available?

    Dr Greg Giannis

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