Emilia Quiñones-Otal

Emilia Quiñones-Otal lives and Works between Mayagüez and San Juan Puerto Rico. Has a curatorial experience of 10 years working in exhibitions in Spain and Puerto Rico. Her works include In-Out House. Circuitos de género y violencia en la era tecnológica (Valencia, Spain 2012-2013), where Latin American artists dialogued with Spanish artists around the theme of sexist violence and the way technology can help us communicate and stablish solidarity links; Más allá de la capucha (San Juan, Puerto Rico, 2017), exhibition organized after a period of strikes and intense street protests against the recently stablished FinancialOversightandManagementBoard(FOMB),thegroupshow pretended to contribute to a debate between a group of protesters who defended the right to violent protest against the violent measures of the FOMB and another group of protesters who claimed the only way to protest efficiently is participating in peaceful actions. She is also a founding member of the first curatorial collective in Puerto Rico: Trans Forma, a women only curatorial group. The collective organized not only exhibitions, but also public events, interviews and dialogues with local curators, artists, exhibition space coordinators and art historians to participate actively in the development of the curatorial practice in Puerto Rico. Emilia Quiñones-Otal holds a PhD in Art History from the Universidad de Valencia, Spain (2014) and is an adjunct professor at the University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez Campus.

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2018 Curatorial Intensive in Bangkok: Public Symposium

The Curatorial Intensive participants of the 2018 Bangkok program will each present their project proposals that they have been developing over the course of the program.

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Curatorial Intensive in Bangkok

ICI presents the inaugural Curatorial Intensive in Bangkok, developed in partnership with the Faculty of Fine and Applied Arts at Chulalongkorn University to coincide with the launch of its international postgraduate program in Curatorial Practice, and with the James H.W. Thompson Foundation.

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