Modesta Di Paola holds a European PhD in Art History, Theory and Criticism from the University of Barcelona (Spain, 2015) and also in European Cultural Studies Internationally from the University of Palermo (Italy, 2016). She was visiting scholar at MIT (Cambridge, MA) and awarded a Fellowship from the Andrew Mellow Foundation to participate in the seminar The Problem of Translation at the Department of Comparative Literature of NYU. She is the author of the book L’arte che traduce-La traduzione visuale nell’opera di Antoni Muntadas (Mimesis, Milan 2017), editor of the books Nous Sommes Ici (We Are Here) (MuCEM, Marseille, France and Glifo Edizioni, Palermo, Italy, 2017), Cosmopolitics and Biopolitics. Ethics and Aesthetics in Contemporary Art (University of Barcelona Press, Barcelona 2018), and Lossy: Toward a Sensory Ecology (Aracne Editore, Roma, 2020). In 2019, she was the Guest-Editor of the monographic volume “Visual Translation in Global Contexts” for the Journal of Global Studies and Contemporary Art (vol. 6, 2019).
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