Marta Jecu is a researcher at COLLEGE D’ETUDES MONDIALES PARIS and has been formerly working at the research lab CICANT, Universidade Lusofona, Lisbon. She is also working as a freelance curator. She has published in magazines like: E-Flux, Kaleidoscope, Berlin Art Link, Idea Art +Society, Journal of Curatorial Studies, Esse Arts + Opinions and in various books. In 2017 she has initiated the research and curatorial project EXODUS STATIONS, which takes place in various European Ethnologic museums (2017: EXODUS STATIONS # 1 in Museu Carlos Machado Azores and EXODUS STATIONS # 2 in Iwalewahaus Bayreuth). Recent curated exhibitions: 2018 Solo Show Tadashi Kawamata in MAAT Lisbon, March 2017 -Romanian Cultural Institute in Paris, and in 2016 in galleries like Galeria Baginski (2016). In 2016 she organized the international symposium and screening festival ‘Hybrid Architectures’. She curated DEVOUR Project, a series of three exhibitions and conferences in Berlin at Freies Museum and Zentrum Fuer Kunst und Urbanismus (ZKU) Berlin in 2015 and Leipzig. She edited the volume:s Marta Jecu (Ed.): Subtle Construction, Bypass, Malmo, Lisbon, 2011; OPEN MONUMENT, Revolver Verlag, Berlin. Her volume Architecture and the Virtual was published in 2016 at the University of Chicago Press (U.S.) and Intellect Book (U.K.).
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