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Giselle Beiguelman

Giselle Beiguelman investigates the aesthetics of memory and develops projects of artistic interventions in the public space and with digital media. She is Associate Professor at the Department of Architecture History and Aesthetics of the Project at the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism – University of São Paulo (FAUUSP). Beiguelman is the author of several books and articles on the contemporary nomadism and the practices of digital culture. She was the Head of FAUUSP’s Design Course from 2013 to 2015, where she has been teaching since 2011. Among her recent projects are Memories of Amnesia (2015), How heavy is a cloud? (2016) and the curatorship of Arquinterface: the city expanded by the networks. She is a member of the Laboratory for OTHER Urbanisms (FAUUSP) and the Interdisciplinary Laboratory Image Knowledge – Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. She is the author of several books and articles on art and digital culture, and her artworks are in museum collections of Brazil and abroad, such as ZKM (Germany), the Latin American collection of the University of Essex, MAC-USP and MAR (Museu de Arte do Rio de Janeiro), among others.

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The Book after the Book


About The Book after the Book


"Giselle Beiguelman's The Book After the Book questions the concept of the codex in the age of online reading. Throughout this work, many of the familiar staples of printed book technology, such as paper, ink, bindings, and cuttings—not to mention assumptions about the stability and permanence of text—are reconfigured in a kaleidoscopic fashion made possible through online publication."—Electronic Literary Directory

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