Researcher: Sebastián Eduardo `{`Dávila`}`

Associate research fellow of ¡N[S]URGÊNÇ!AS 2018: Convocatoria para artistas Latino Americanos en Berlín

Sebastián Eduardo Dávila (* Guatemala, 1993) was born in Guatemala City and studied History of Art and Film Sciences at the Friedrich Schiller University in Jena (BA), at the National Autonomous University of Mexico in Mexico City and at the Freie Universität in Berlin (MA). He will begin a doctoral project at the Leuphana Universität in Lüneburg on decoloniality in contemporary art in Guatemala. In 2016, he took part in a lecture at the 91. Kunsthistorischen Studienkongress in Leipzig and has published articles in the Lateinamerika Nachrichten magazine and in exhibition catalogs in Jena and Weimar. In 2015, he curated the Kunst und Krise exhibition in Jena and has worked as a student teacher and assistant at the universities of Jena and Berlin and as a practitioner in the collection of the University Museum of Contemporary Art in Mexico City. He is currently working as a mediator at the Galerie Wedding and at KINDL – Zentrum für Zeitgenössische Kunst in Berlin. Since 2018, he has volunteered in the organization of events and in the writing of articles for the Peace Brigades International website.

List of his contributions to archive

July 2019_ Interview with Gabriel Vallecillo by Sebastián Eduardo @ ZK / U Berlin (July ’19). Read here

September 2018_ Essay ¡n[s]urgênçias 2018 as subjective and corporeal experience 

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