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NOVA/FCHS, Portugal

Short bio

Inês Moreira (Porto, 1977) is an architect, curator, editor and researcher based in Porto. Currently, she is a post-doctoral research fellow at Universidade Nova de Lisboa/FCSH, where she started and coordinates a new research cluster: “Curating Contemporary Cultures: on Architectures, Territories and Networks”; and, as well, a guest professor of Curating Exhibitions and of Contemporary Cultures at Faculdade de Belas Artes da Universidade do Porto. She holds a PhD in Curatorial/knowledge (Goldsmiths College, University of London, 2014), and master’s degrees in Architecture and Urban Culture (UPC/CCCBarcelona, 2003) and in Architecture (FAUP, 2001). Her research and curatorial work are devoted to abandoned buildings, modern ruins and post-industrial sites, evolving through intervention and fieldwork in diverse manmade territories. Co-editor of Jornal Arquitectos along Paula Melâneo (2015-2019). Since 2001, she has curated exhibitions and programmed cultural events in different countries and institutional contexts, including Guimarães 2012 - European Capital of Culture (Portugal), Festival Alternativa (Gdansk, Poland), or Evento 2009 - Public Art Biennale (Bordeaux, France). +info:

Field of expertise

Architecture, curating, visual culture

Working Group

WG1: Contexts