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CFP: Challenging Corporealities

We are proud to announce our 1st International Conference on “Challenging Corporalities: reconfigurations between materiality and discursiveness”, which will take place at the Universitat de Barcelona on November 9th-10th, 2017.

Follow the link to our website, where you will find all the details on the conference and the call for papers:

https://challengingcorporealities.wordpress.com/

Group

CAT | ENG Art, Architecture and Digital Society is a research group that dates back to 1999 and that is linked to the Department of Art History of the University of Barcelona. The group’s objective is to focus on various artistic and architectonic disciplines in relation with communication and information technologies and the digital world. … Continue reading Group

Research Projects

CAT | ENG Since 2014, Art, Architecture and Digital Society has worked on a research project titled “Art, Architecture and New Materialities” (HAR2014-59261-C2-1-P, funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and Competitivity), which has originated from the group’s research trajectory on artistic and architectural practices in the digital age and the role of materiality in … Continue reading Research Projects

Conferences and events

The research group Art, Architecture and Digital Society has always been committed to organizing conferences, symposia, and other events to share the research of its members, foster the exchange with national and international researchers, and stimulate new research. Throughout the years, the group has collaborated with other research groups of the University of Barcelona, as … Continue reading Conferences and events

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