Carrie Mae Weems: A Great Turn in the Possible
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November 29, 2022
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About the Author
Fred Moten is professor of performance studies and comparative literature at New York University. He is interested in social movement, aesthetic experiment, and black study. Moten has written a number of books of poetry and criticism, the latest of which--co-authored with Stefano Harney--is All Incomplete.
Raúl Muñoz completed his Doctoral Thesis "Algal-bacterial photobioreactors for the degradation of toxic organic pollutants" at the Dept. of Biotechnology of Lund University under the supervision of Prof. Bo Mattiasson and Dr. Benoit Guieysse in June 2005. Raúl Muñoz successfully competed in the Spanish National Program "Juan de la Cierva" and joined the Dept. of Chemical Engineering and Environmental Technology at UVa in Nov 2005, with a research focused on biological off-gas treatment of Volatile Organic Compounds. In February 2007, Raúl Muñoz successfully competed in the Spanish National Program "Ramón y Cajal". In July 2007, the applicant carried out a 3 months research stay at Nanyang Technological University (Singapore). The applicant started 5 years senior researcher contract Ramon y Cajal in January 2008 at UVa, which represented the consolidation in the Dept. of the biological gas treatment and microalgae-based wastewater treatment research lines. In 2009, he carried out a 3 months research stay at UNSW (Australia) at the laboratory of Prof. Richard Stuetz, and a 1 month research stay at Universidad Mayor de San Simon (Bolivia). In 2013 and 2016, Raúl Muñoz also conducted a 6 and 1 months research stay at the Laboratories of Dr. Sergio Revah (UAM-Cuajimalpa, México), and in 2014 a 3 months research stay at Universidad de la Frontera (Chile). Today, Raúl Muñoz is Associate professor at the Dept. of Chemical Engineering and Environmental Technology of Valladolid University. Over the past 10 years, he has collaborated with the leading groups in the fields of gas treatment and microalgae-based wastewater treatment and has been Principal Investigator in over 25 R&D projects. Dr. Muñoz has also published over 134 works published in scientific journals (H index of 34), co-authored 13 chapters in internationally published books, and supervised more than 40 post doctoral researchers, PhD and Master thesis students.
Carrie Mae Weems, one of today's most influential contemporary American artists, has work in New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art and Museum of Modern Art, the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, and London's Tate Modern. Her previous publications include The Hampton Project (Aperture, 2001), Kitchen Table Series (2016), and Strategies of Engagement (2018). Weems has been awarded a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation's Lifetime Achievement Award, and a US Department of State Medal of Arts.