Edited by the Peruvian curator Miguel Angel López, the new edition of the annual contemporary art magazine Caderno Sesc_Videobrasil will look into how feminism and queer activism, among other forms of body-oriented critical contestation, are transforming traditional art history discourses. During the launch panel, the editor and the American researcher Julia Bryan-Wilson will discuss the relationship between art and feminist theory.
Miguel Angel Lopez (b. 1983, Peru) is the curator and art director of Teor/ética, a contemporary art facility in San José, Costa Rica. Julia Bryan-Wilson (USA) is associate professor of modern and contemporary art at the University of California (Berkeley). She has published widely on feminist and queer issues. Teté Martinho (Brazil) is a journalist and the publications coordinator for Associação Cultural Videobrasil.