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Welcome, Sabrina Moura!

In early July, art historian Sabrina Moura joined global dis:connect as a new fellow. Welcome to Munich, Sabrina!

Sabrina Moura is a teacher, researcher and curator from Brazil. She holds a Ph.D. in art history from the University of Campinas. She authored Arqueologia da Criação [Archeology of Creation, 2022] — a book on the work of Brazilian artist Rossini Perez — and edited Southern Panoramas: Perspectives for other geographies of thought (2015), which presents historical and artistic perspectives on the Global South. Her work has featured in Mousse MagazineZeitschrift für KulturwissenschaftenStedelijk Studies JournalAfrican ArtCritical Internventions3rd Text Africa, among others.


At global dis:connect Sabrina is developing Cabinet Exotica Performing Absent Agencies from the Dawn of Natural Sciences, a project that focuses on contemporary visual and performative strategies.