Faculty

In addition to the teaching staff listed below, the course will include a significant number of professional and academic guests recognised in the field of curating, urban cultures, and spatial practices.

Faculty: Eduarda Neves, Fátima São Simão, Inês Moreira, Joana Rafael, Maria Covadonga, Miguel Costa e Nuno Faleiro Rodrigues.


Full Name
Fátima São Simão

Professional Name
Fátima São Simão

Department
Theory and History

Category
Invited Associate Professor

Email
pg@esap.pt

ORCID
0000-0002-6263-7942

Webpages(s)
http://futureplaces.org

Curriculum DeGois
None

Curriculum

Fátima São Simão (Porto, 1981) is head of business development for the arts at UPTEC - Science and Technology Park of the University of Porto. She is also the public lead of Creative Commons Portugal (volunteer position), where she conceived and coordinated the CC Toolkit for Business and the performance Copywrong. For 10 years, Fátima was also project manager of futureplaces.org - medialab for citizenship, at UTAustin-Portugal Colab (2008-2018). Fátima completed her degree in Economics at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Porto and her Master of Arts in Cultural Policy and Management, at City University of London. While in university, she was president of the university theatre group (TUP), where she also participated as actress and producer, collaborating with various theatre, film and other arts productions ever since. Fátima is currently waiting to defend her PhD dissertation about the relationship between copyright and artistic work at Faculty of Fine Arts of the University of Porto.

Full Name
Inês Moreira

Professional Name
Inês Moreira

Department
Architecture
Visual Arts

Category
Invited Assistant Professor

Email
inexmoreira@gmail.com

ORCID
0000-0002-3823-7420

Webpages(s)
http://inesmoreira.org/

Curriculum DeGois
B119-FBCC-9D7A

Curriculum

Inês Moreira (1977, PT) is an architect, curator and postdoctoral researcher. Currently affiliated to IHA-FCSH, Universidade NOVA de Lisboa, funded by the Foundation of Science and Technology. Guest Professor at the Fine Arts Faculty, University of Porto, lecturing on Contemporary Culture and on Curatorial Studies. Co-editor of Jornal Arquitectos [Architect’s Newspaper], the Portuguese Association of Architects’ official magazine.

Holds a PhD degree in Curatorial Knowledge (Goldsmiths College, University of London, 2014); a Master’s degree in Architecture and Urban Culture (Metropolis, UPC/CCCB, Barcelona, 2003); graduated in Architecture (FAUP, Porto, 2001).

Her research engages with ruined architectures, collective memories, outcast historical buildings and other man-made territories, such as postindustrial landscapes or spaces. She essays readings of architecture as a cultural field, exploring new curatorial epistemologies within the urban, the visual and the techno-cultural critique.

Full Name
Joana Trigueiros Rafael

Professional Name
Joana Rafael

Department
Architecture

Category
Invited Assistant Professor

Email
pg@esap.pt

ORCID
0000-0003-0000-6480

Webpages(s)

Curriculum DeGois
2E1C-9022-1881

Curriculum

Joana Rafael (b.1979) is an architect researcher and lecturer currently based in Porto, Portugal, working between architecture, design, ecology and visual culture. She holds a PhD (2017) in Visual Cultures and an MRes (2009) in Research Architecture from Goldsmiths, University of London, an MA (2008) from the Metropolis Graduate Programme in Architecture and Urban Culture, run by the Centre for Contemporary Culture, Barcelona, an MA (2005) in Urban Renewal from University Lusíada, Porto, and a degree (2002) in Architecture from the University of Minho, Guimarães.

As a researcher, Joana has been the recipient of a PhD research grant of the FCT, has been contributor for San Rocco and EROS press, presented and published her work in contexts including Haus der Kulturen Welt, the Baltic Triennal, CA2M Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid, and the Venice Biennale.

As a lecturer Joana has taught and run courses on Architecture, Design Theory, Architectural History and Theory, Contemporary Culture and Contextual Studies, at academic institutions including Central St. Martins School of Spatial Design, Architecture: Spaces and Objects, University of the Arts, London, UK; the University of the Creative Arts, Canterbury, UK; and Instituto Superior de Ciências Educativas, Penafiel, Portugal.

Joana is a member of ID+ (Research Institute for Design, Media and Culture), NIAM (Nucleus of Research in Arts and Multimedia) and CEGOT (Center for Studies in Geography and Spatial Planning).

Joana also possesses a Certificate of Sustainable Agriculture and Biological Farming Practice, from Espaço Virtual, Porto, Portugal.

Full Name
Maria Covadonga Barreiro Rodríguez-Moldes

Professional Name
Maria Covadonga Barreiro

Department
Visual Arts

Category
Assistant Professor

Acdemic Roles
Diretora da Licenciatura em Artes Visuais - Fotografia

Research Units
CEAA | Center for Arnaldo Araújo Studies: Group of Art and Critical Studies - Integrated Researcher

Current Projects
Correspondence (ESAP / 2016 / P32 / SATH) - Researcher

Email
maria.barreiro@esap.pt

ORCID
0000-0002-9968-8559

Webpages(s)
http://correspondencias.weebly.com/
http://pdgartes.weebly.com/

Curriculum DeGois
9761311619700111

Curriculum

Mª Covadonga Barreiro, graduated in Belas Artes (Univesidade de Vigo, 2006) and Doutorada com Menção Internacional (Universidade de Vigo, 2012). Expôs em various national and international institutions, with the participation of the Correspondências e Hors-Série projects, curated by Eduarda Neves. Tem recebido prémios pela sua trajetória academica (Extraordinary Prize of Bachelor, Extraordinary Award and Award of Investigation in Humanities of Deputação de Pontevedra) and artistic (Prémio Novos Valores, Primeiro Prémio no Certame de Artes Plásticas da Deputação de Ourense ...). É researcher at Centro de Estudos Arnaldo Araújo (Critical Studies and Art Group), professor at the Escola Superior Artística do Porto since 2014 and Professora Associada at the University of Vigo (Spain) since 2017. 

Full Name
Maria Eduarda Dias Neves

Professional Name
Eduarda Neves

Department
Theory and History

Category
Assistant Professor

Acdemic Roles
Academic Director of ESAP | Member of the Scientific Council

Research Units
Arnaldo Araújo Studies Center (CEAA): Member of the Board | Research Group Critical Art and Studies - Responsible Researcher

Current Projects
Correspondence - Research, Exposition and Curatorial Project in the scope of research | https://semimagomundi.weebly.com/project.html | http://www.ceaa.pt/projeto/notas-sobre-a-europa-o-sono-dogmatico | https://tomatoproj.weebly.com/

Email
eduardadn@gmail.com

ORCID
0000-0003-1906-1957

Webpages(s)
https://esap-porto.academia.edu/EduardaNeves
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100011446524503
http://correspondencias.weebly.com/
http://pdgartes.weebly.com/
https://semimagomundi.weebly.com/project.html
https://hors-serie.weebly.com/
https://ceaa-europa.weebly.com/curatorial-project.html
https://tomatoproj.weebly.com/project.html

Curriculum DeGois
4651701144190331

Curriculum

Degree in Philosophy and PhD in Contemporary Aesthetics. Professor of contemporary art theory and criticism, an area in which she has several articles and books published. Main Researcher of the ART AND CRITICAL STUDIES group of CEAA Research Center. Independent curator. Her research and curatorial activity crosses the territories of art, philosophy and politics. She collaborates regularly with the art magazine CONTEMPORÂNEA. Latest book published: Nem-Isto-Nem-Aquilo [Neither-This-Nor-That], 2019. She is currently Director of ESAP - Porto Art School. For the 2019-2020 biennium, she is a member of the Commission for Acquisition of Contemporary Art to the Portuguese State collection.  + info

Full Name
Miguel Costa

Professional Name
Miguel Costa

Department
Architecture

Category
Invited Assistant Professor

Research Units
i2ADS — Instituto de Investigação em Arte, Design e Sociedade; [EN] i2ADS — Research Institute in Art, Design and Society

Email
mcosta.arquitecto@gmail.com

ORCID
0000-0001-8572-2771

Webpages(s)
https://maarqa.com

Curriculum DeGois
https://www.cienciavitae.pt//pt/5F19-6FF8-DC34

Curriculum

Miguel Costa, artist/architect and invited assistant professor at FBAUP (Fine Arts Faculty, University of Porto). PhD in Landscape Architecture and Urban Ecology (2018, ISA — University of Lisbon); Master’s degree in Art and Design for the Public Space (2011, FBAUP). Collaborator Member, i2ADS — Research Institute in Art, Design and Society. Editor of 'Fringes Landscape Observatory,' an experimental and interdisciplinary platform dedicated to mapping and sharing the diversity of approaches used to work and think about the landscape. Also works in collaboration or individually under the name ‘Micro Atelier de Arquitectura e Arte’. His practice is developed through interconnected strategies between art, architecture and landscape.

Full Name
Nuno Ramalho

Professional Name
Nuno Ramalho

Department
Visual Arts

Category
Associate Professor

Email
avf@esap.pt

ORCID
-

Webpages(s)
http://nuno-ramalho.blogspot.com/

Curriculum DeGois
-

Curriculum

NR graduated in Sculpture at FBAUP/School of Fine Arts, University of Porto (1999), and holds an MFA in New Genres from the San Francisco Art Institute (2008). In 2011 he began a PhD research in Art at Goldsmiths College, University of London, and completed it at FBAUP/School of Fine Arts, University of Porto. Since 1999 he has been developing his work in the field of visual arts, individually and in collaboration with other artists, in areas such as drawing, installation, sculpture, performance, sound, video and curatorial practices. He has held 17 solo exhibitions, 5 of which in collaboration with fellow artists, and participated in over 60 group shows in Portugal, Brazil, Spain, USA, Norway, UK, Russia and Germany. He was the curator of 7 exhibitions, and since 2016 he is the programmer of the Portuguese video art and moving image screening project Playlist, held in Porto, with 42 shows produced and presented so far. Together with Isabel Ribeiro and Susana Chiocca, he was responsible for the Recursos Humanos / Human Resources programme, a series of talks dedicated to the public presentation and discussion of works and creation processes by artists, architects, designers and others. His work is represented in institutional collections such as CAV - Centro de Artes Visuais and the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art, as well as in several private collections. In 2002 he was resident artist at Triangle France, Marseille, and in 2004 he was one of the nominees for the EDP Young Artists award in Portugal. Between 2006 and 2008 he was the recipient of a Fulbright scholarship, and the Louise Woods Memorial scholarship. He was also awarded a Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation Art Research grant between 2011 and 2015. From 2000 to 2005 he collaborated with the education program of the Serralves Museum of Contemporary Art. He was teaching assistant in the New Genres course at the San Francisco Art Institute in 2007, and in 2011 began teaching at the BFA in Photography program, ESAP - Porto Art School, where he leads a seminar on Portuguese video art since 2017. He lives and works in Porto and is represented by Graça Brandão gallery, Lisbon.

Full Name
Nuno Ricardo Faleiro Rodrigues

Professional Name
Nuno Faleiro Rodrigues

Department
Visual Arts

Category
Assistant Professor

Acdemic Roles
Deputy Director of ESAP

Research Units
CEAA | Arnaldo Araújo Research Center: Member of the Scientific Council | Group of Art and Critical Studies - Integrated Researcher

Current Projects
CEAA-Film in Contemporary Art

Email
nuno.faleiro@esap.pt

ORCID
EE12-ED56-2BBB

Webpages(s)
http://www.ceaa.pt/arte-e-estudos-criticos/
https://estudoscriticosarte.wordpress.com/

Curriculum DeGois
EE12-ED56-2BBB

Curriculum

Nuno Faleiro Rodrigues is a lecturer at ESAP where he teaches in the Ba in Photography-Visual Arts and the MA in Visual Arts. In 2009 he completed his PhD at Middlesex University, London under the guidance of Professor Peter Osborne and Professor Éric Alliez. He has taught Critical Studies at Norwich University of the Arts and Metropolitan Cardiff University, UK. Between 2007 and 2009, he presented a series of seminars in art theory at Ar.Co, Lisbon, about art and repetition in the postwar period and art and aesthetics in the philosophy of Gilles Deleuze. He is an integrated researcher at the Arnaldo Araújo Research Center where he is a member of the Research Group on Art and Critical Studies. Currently, he is Deputy Director of ESAP.