José Luis Corazón Ardura
José Luis Corazón Ardura is a PhD in Theory of literature and comparative literature (2016) and PhD in Philosophy (2005) at the Autonomous University of Madrid. He has been a researcher Prometeo in the area of Humanities (2013-2014) and Fellow of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of Spain in Rome (2012) His books include Stories of Automata. Conversations with Siegfried Martín Begué, César Vallejo: The cell of the poem, Poetics of the present, The staircase gives to the nothing: Aesthetics of Juan Eduardo Cirlot and Devastate, shadow. Among the exhibitions he has organized is Spanish Flies, Undergentryfication, the community, allegories of migration, Res Publicae. Interventions of capitalism in the current Spanish video art outskirts. He is a collaborator of the cultural supplement encounters (Diari de Tarragona) has collaborated in the Magazine of the West, The joy of shipwreck, Nolens Volens, Sublime, Artishock, CartónPiedra or Public, among others. He is co-director of Sublime art+contemporary culture and editor for Spain and Latin America by Cura Magazine.