Tania Aedo

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Tania Aedo is a cultural producer and curator with a long trajectory in the development of projects at the crossroads of knowledge, especially between art, science and technology. She is currently coordinator of the Max Aub Chair, Transdiscipline in Art and Technology at UNAM and is a fellow of CIFAR (Canadian Institute for Advanced Research) for the collective project Future Flourishing. She directed the Laboratorio Arte Alameda and the Multimedia Center of the Centro Nacional de las Artes. She hosts and coordinates the podcast »Prototipos para navegar« at Cultura UNAM. She received a Degree in Art Education from the Escuela Superior de Artes de Yucatán and completed the Senior Management Program in Museums (Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México, Instituto de Liderazgo en Museos and the Getty Leadership Institute). She has received several grants, including a Media Arts Fellowship from the Rockefeller-Ford-MacArthur Foundation and a grant for Creative Residencies at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada, awarded by FONCA. She has participated in selection committees in the field of art and new media for different institutions such as the Rockefeller Foundation, ISEA (International Symposium on Electronic Arts). She has carried out several curatorial projects including Surrounded (2009), at the School of Art, Media and Design at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore; Archaeology of Autonomy (2018) at Laboratorio Arte Alameda and Fiamma Montezemolo: Soñar con bisontes (2019) at Laboratorio Arte Alameda.