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María Paz Amaro Cavada

(Santiago de Chile, 1971) Researcher, professor and curator. She holds a PhD in Contemporary Art. Part of her research deals with the notion of nature in contemporary electronic and new media art. María Paz is a university professor, cultural manager and promoter dedicated to the production, curatorship and edition of museographic contents. She is a regular collaborator for magazines specialized in culture in Mexico and Latin America, and is the creator of the Diccionario en arte emergente María Paz Amaro Cavada is the author of the novel Anatomía de un fantasma (Penguin-Random House Mexico, 2016). She won the National Essay Prize in Photography with the essay Tres formas de cargar al mundo: los atlas de Gerhard Richter, Luis Felipe Ortega y Alex Dorfsman, published in 2017. She is also the author of the downloadable book  E-Cloud Instalaciones, ecología y monstruos en la era de la expansión de los términos (Centro de Cultura Digital). She is currently finishing the writing of her book En busca del paisaje perdido. La noción de la naturaleza en el arte contemporáneo, a project she has been devoted to for almost ten years and for which she was awarded an artist residency at The Banff Centre (2014).