María Iñigo Clavo

María Iñigo Clavo is a researcher, curator and artist, with a PhD in Fine Arts from the Universidad Complutense in Madrid, Spain. She is a co-founder of the independent research group Península: Colonial Processes and Artistic and Curatorial Practices which works in collaboration with Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía. Her research focuses on coloniality, migration, otherness, translation, and art in Latin America with special attention to Brazilian Art. She is currently Associate Researcher at Forum Permanete and Instituto de Estudos Avançados, University of São Paulo. Previously, she was a researcher for the AHRC project Meeting Margins: Transnational Art in Europe & Latin America 1950-1978, University of Essex and University of the Arts London. She held a postdoctoral Fellowship at the University of São Paulo (FAPESP) for three years, and since 2008 has taught at the European University of Madrid, the University of Essex, the University of São Paulo, and Saint Louis University. She has curated exhibitions and events for Matadero Madrid, Universidad Complutense/Medialab and LeCube in Rabat and Jaqueline Martins Gallery in Sao Paulo. She has also collaborated with a variety of publications, such as e-flux journal, Versión/sur, Concinnitas, Revista de Occidente, Bilboquet, Re-visiones, Lugar Común, and others.