Giulia Degano

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Giulia Degano

Doctoral Student

Giulia Degano is an art historian, researcher and lecturer. She holds a Master’s degree (MPhil) in History and Conservation of Artistic and Architectural Heritage (honorary mention) from the Università degli Studi di Udine (Italy), where she also holds a degree in Conservation of Cultural Heritage. She holds a Diploma in Museography and Museology from the Universidad Complutense de Madrid and attended the seminar ON MEDIATION/9 of On Mediation. Platform on curatorship and research of the research group Art, Globalization, Interculturality (AGI) of the Universitat de Barcelona. She has also been an exchange student of the Master in Art Studies at the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City.

She has been Associate Lecturer for the undergraduate careers of the Faculty of Education Sciences and Humanities of the Universidad Católica Sede Sapientiae, for the faculties of Architecture and Communications of the Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas and for the Academic Department of Humanities of the Universidad del Pacífico in Lima (Peru). She has collaborated with the cultural association A regola d’Arte of Conegliano (Italy) as a cultural operator and collaborates as a teacher with the Yvonne Sanguineti Art Gallery, the Cultural Center of the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Perú and the Proyecto Estudios Indianos of the Universidad del Pacífico in collaboration with the Museo Pedro de Osma in Lima. She is a member of the Red de Estudios de la Cultura Visual Abya Yala and member, for the same Network, of the research group “Fronteras”. Her research interests include the relationship between contemporary art and the global turn, eco-social crisis, memory, migration and, especially, border.

She has published in Costa Rica, Spain, United States, Mexico and Peru. Her publications include: G. DEGANO & R. HERRERA CHAVEZ (2020), Towards New Artistic Paths within Contemporary Synesthetic Research: An Introduction to Marco De Biasi’s Phonochromatic System. Music in Art: International Journal for Music Iconography, XLV (2020); (2019). El ojo que llora: una memoria frágil y controvertida, en C. VANEGAS, S. FUREGATTI & E. MARTUCCELLI (eds.), Efímero/Permanente: pugnas por la conservación del arte público. Lima: Universidad Ricardo Palma; (2019). Wiesse Rebagliati, Jorge. Dante contempla la Trinità (20. Dante e l’Arte, 6; (2018). ¿Un campo de batalla? El espacio público peruano como lugar de confrontación en la representación de la violencia política (1980-2000). Nierika. Revista de Estudios de Arte de la Universidad Iberoamericana, 13; (2017). P. CORRENTE & G. DEGANO, Jugando con la muerte: análisis comparativo de un motivo mitológico e iconográfico. Herencia. Revista, vol. 30 (1); (2015). Poder a la imaginación: la colaboración de Kati Horna con la revista S.nob (1962). Quiroga. Revista de patrimonio iberoamericano, 8. She has participated in numerous congresses, among them: 35th CIHA World Congress session “Border as method: art historical interventions” (Getty Travel Fellowship) (2022);“Visualidades y prácticas culturales en fronteras”, Abya Yala Red de Estudios de la Cultura Visual, Universidad de la República Uruguay (2021); “Conference in Classics & Ancient History”, panel “Imagining the world: Mythology in Human Culture in a Comparative Perspective”, Universidad de Coimbra, Portugal (2021); Congreso Internacional del Grupo de Estudio de Arte Público (GEAP) “Efímero/Permanente. Pugnas por la conservación del arte público”, panel “Monumentos y antimonumentos contemporáneos: nuevas formas de memoria y ocupación del espacio público”. Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Universidad Ricardo Palma, Peru (2019);
56°ICA Congreso Internacional de Americanistas, panel “Violencia y trauma cultural en el arte mexicano y latinoamericano”, Universidad de Salamanca, Spain (2018); Congreso Internacional “Transmisión de la palabra: mito, literatura y artes”, panel “Filosofía y Artes”, Universidad del Pacífico, Lima, Peru (2016); 55°ICA Congreso Internacional de Americanistas, panel “El arte publico como práctica social y política en México y Latinoamérica”, Universidad Francisco Gavidia, San Salvador, El Salvador (2015); Congreso “Experiencias Compartidas. América: cultura visual y relaciones artísticas”, panel “Identidad y cultura visual” Universidad de Granada, Spain (2014).