Arola Valls Bofill

 

Barcelona, 1979. She studied Fine Arts at the University of Barcelona. She received a photography diploma from GrisArt School of Photography and an MA in Advanced Studies in Art History from the University of Barcelona. She is a teacher of the Department of Teacher Training in Visual and Plastic Arts at the University of Barcelona, where she teaches Image Theory at the Audiovisual Communication EHEA bachelor’s degree.

She teaches History of Photography and Contemporary Photography at various photography schools in Barcelona and works for the Education Department at Fundació La Caixa designing projects for contemporary art exhibitions in Barcelona and Madrid. At present she is working on her PhD in Modern and Contemporary Art History. Her research is focused on “The use of photographic archives in contemporary art”.

 

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The Photographic Archive in Global Scale Artistic Production:
from Analog to Digital (1990-2010)

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The Use of the Photographic Archive in Contemporary Creation:
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The existence of an archival impluse in the field of artistic creation since the 60’s of the 20th Century, as a dimension and extension of its impact into our times, allows us to extrapolate temporally and conceptually to propose the consideration of the return of the Derrida’s “archive fever.”
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