Anna Barros

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    Dr. Anna C. Barros. Multimedia artist, she lived  in Los Angeles where she was awarded a BFA at the Otis Art Institute of Parsons School of Design.  MFA Arts Universidade de São Paulo; PhD in Communications and Semiotics, Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo. Anna was awarded a sandwich PhD with the San Francisco Art Institute. Post-doctorate research developed at (PUC/SP). She has been participating in several national and international symposia and conferences. Her artistic work has been presented in Brazil and abroad: Digital video animations and installations. As author has published a great number of texts, and books. With the SDVILA group, with artist Alberto Blumenschein, developed the project Creation of Genetics Texts on the Web – The Wanderer, which was cited for the Sergio Motta 2001 Prize. Anna taught at PUC/SP and was visiting professor at the University of Brasilia- UnB. She was the president for the National Association of Fine Arts Researchers, ANPAP. Curator of the art-science interdisciplinary event, Light of Light, at SESC- Pinheiros, São Paulo, 2006-2007.  Curator of the exhibition Nano : Poetry of a New World. Art, Science and Technology.  MAB – FAAP, São Paulo, 2008; Curator of the exhibition A New Space for a New Perception. Nanoart, Museu Brasileiro da Escultura – MuBE, São Paulo, 2011. Nominated for the Sergio Motta Prize on Art and Technology  for her carrier, 2009. Last five years Anna  has been working and showing  nanoart, digital animations and installations. Gallery representing her work – Galeria Slaviero e Guedes, São Paulo, Brasil.


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