Helio Nunes
Since 2003
Works in United States of America

Hélio Alvarenga Nunes, 1974, lives and works in Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais, Brazil). Master’s degree student in Visual Arts at the Fine Arts School (Belas Artes, EBA) of Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG). Graduated by EBA-UFMG - competence in painting, 2005. Today, he is part of the studies and research group “Strategies of the art in the Catastrophic Era” (http://www.eba.ufmg.br/grupo/), led by Drª Maria Angélica Melendi de Biasizzo. From 2005 to 2006, he worked with Mabe Bethônico in the art collective “museumuseu” (http://www.ufmg.br/museumuseu/). He researches and writes on Contemporary Art and New Media. Articles and portfolio: http://www.dedalu.art.br/ (Portuguese).
Discussions (6) Opportunities (0) Events (0) Jobs (0)

Re: Re: Re: New Media Ghetto

On Tuesday 13 June 2006 22:34, Eric Dymond wrote:
> bad. I always thought that was good thing, and still do. There is more
> interest in virtual work than physical. The artists has control of the

This is true even here in Brazil (economic and artistic periphery); even here
(or specially here) where our museums/institutions don't have enough
structure to accommodate new media projects. I cannot see new media nor
computer based contemporary art as a ghetto, but the contrary.


[], Helio Nunes
* artista plastico
* portfolio, artigos e diario de bordo:
http://www.dedalu.art.br ou
* keyid 0x51059FF1
(p.ex., http://wwwkeys.eu.pgp.net)