“I will have seen a different future if I look at the past”: the future present tense of revisionisms promoted by generative uses of archives
Fernanda Albertoni is a PhD candidate with a collaborative project between the Research Centre for Transnational Art, Identity and Nation (TrAIN)/University of the Arts London and Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS, Brazil). Her research is entitled Reordering images and constructing memory: three artists-archivists in Brazil, and is supervised by Dr Michael Asbury (TrAIN), Dr Linda Sandino (UAL/V&A Museum) and Dr Monica Zielinsky (UFRGS). She is one of the organizers of the inter-institutional Studying Latin American Art Group (TrAIN/Essex University) and has published about contemporary art languages in both UK and Brazil. Her research is supported by the Brazilian government organization of funding for research and further education (CAPES).