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European PhD in Art History and Master in Philosophy and Social Sciences. Researcher of the Ramón y Cajal Grants Programme (2018) of the Institute of History of the Spanish National Research Council, where he is Head Researcher of the projects: "Fossil Aesthetics: a political ecology of art history, visual culture and cultural imaginaries of modernity" (PIE, ref. 202010E005) and “Energy humanities. Energy and sociocultural imaginaries between the industrial revolutions and the ecosocial crisis” (PID2020-113272RA-I00, ENERGEHUM). He was coordinator of the "Cultural Ecologies" contents block of the Independent Studies Programme of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (2017-2018 and 2019-2020 editions) and is the author of books such as Estética fósil. Imaginarios de la energía y crisis ecosocial (Arcadia, 2020), La Familia Lavapiés: arte, cultura e izquierda radical en la transición española (La Bahía, 2019), Transparente opacidad. Arte conceptual en los límites del lenguaje y la política (Brumaria, 2015, 2016 and 2019) or La vida por asalto: arte, política e historia en Argentina entre 1965 y 2001 (Brumaria, 2014) and has edited, among others, the volume Visualidades críticas y ecologías culturales (Brumaria, 2018) and (together with Jesús Carrillo) the number 8 of the collection Desacuerdos. Sobre arte, políticas y esfera pública en el Estado español (MACBA, 2014). He was part of the curatorial team of the exhibition "Losing the Human Form. A Seismic Image of the 1980s in Latin America", inaugurated at the Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía in October 2012, whose catalogue he co-edited. He is a member of the Red Conceptualismos del Sur, a research platform on the artistic-political practices emerged in Latin America since the 1960s. With RedCSur he has edited and co-written the books Desiventario: esquirlas de Tucumán Arde en el Archivo Graciela Carnevale (Ocholibros, 2015) and Archivo CADA. Astucia práctica y potencias de lo común (Ocholibros, 2019).

Jaime Vindel publications