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Renato Berrmúdez Dini

(Caracas, Venezuela, 1991) Researcher and educator. He holds a master’s degree in Art and Aesthetics from the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla and a bachelor’s degree in Arts from the Universidad Central de Venezuela, where he taught at the Department of Aesthetic Studies. His research revolves around artistic activism, political philosophy of the image, and visual studies from Latin America—topics on which he has given various seminars and workshops in Venezuela and Mexico. He co-curated the exhibition La demanda inasumible. Imaginación social y autogestión gráfica en México (1968–2018) (Museo Amparo, 2018). He has co-edited the books Dominio público. Imaginación social en México desde 1968 (Museo Amparo, 2019), ¡Abajo el muro! Arte, neoliberalismo y emancipación después de 1989 (MUAC-UNAM/ITESO, 2021), and Más allá del derecho de autor. Otros términos para debatir la propiedad intelectual (Open Humanities Press-CCEMx, 2022). He is currently a professor in the Department of Art, Design and Architecture at the Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla, and a PhD student in Philosophy at the Universidad Iberoamericana (Mexico City), where he is a research assistant for the project “Tensiones superficiales. Estudios críticos de la imagen y la representación.”