María Antonia González Valerio

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María Antonia González Valerio. PhD. Philosopher and Professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). She works within the research areas of ontology aesthetics and interdisciplinary arts, sciences, and humanities. She is Head of the research group Arte+Ciencia (Art+Science), which gathers together artists, scholars, and scientists in interdisciplinary work that produces education at the undergraduate and postgraduate level, specialized theoretical research, artistic productions, and exhibitions, She is the author of the books Cabe los límites: Escritos sobre filosofía natural desde la ontología estética (México: UNAM/Herder, 2016), Un tratado de ficción (México: Herder, 2010), and El arte develado (México: Herder, 2005). She is Coordinator of the art collective BIOS Ex Machina: Workshop for the Fabrication of the Human and the Non-Human which develops projects of transgenic and Biotech Art. She has also curated exhibitions on art and science.


Speculative Ecologies: Art and Science Collaborations in the Anthropocene

Pinar Yoldas, María Antonia González Valerio, Ingeborg Reichle

At the intersection of art and science, a new field has evolved that is particularly attractive for critical artists and hybrid practitioners who think about possible futures and offer speculative narratives that differ dramatically from current destructive and unjust anthropocentric models of development.
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