José-Carlos Mariátegui

Founding Directorat Alta Tecnología Andina - ATA
London,
Peru
Focus area: Archiving, Conservation, Digital Art, New Media, Digital Culture, Video, Film

Writer and curator on art, culture, and technology. Studied Biology and received his BSc in Applied Mathematics, holds both Masters and Doctoral degrees in Information Systems and Innovation from the London School of Economics and Political Science - LSE (London). Dr. Mariátegui is the founder of Alta Tecnología Andina – ATA and co-founder of Escuelab.org, spaces devoted to creativity, technology and innovation in Latin America. Editorial Board member for Leonardo Books at MIT Press, Advisory Board member for AI & Society (UK) and Board Member of Future Everything (UK). He is the co-editor with Max Hernandez and Jorge Villacorta of The future was now: 21 years of video and electronic art in Peru (2018) and Del cero al infinito: escritos de arte y lucha by Rasheed Araeen (2019). Has published in journals such as Third Text, The Information Society, Telos and Leonardo and worked on projects on art, science and technology for more than two decades. His latest exhibition Broken Symmetries/Cuántica (co-curated with Monica Bello), explores the ways in which artists and scientists are interacting together at CERN (touring internationally in Liverpool, Barcelona, Brussels and Taichung). His projects had been reviewed in Financial Times, New Scientist and The New York Times.

Journal Articles:

Peruvian Video/Electronic Art

August 2002
Special Issue: Pacific Rim New Media Summit Companion

Pacific Rim New Media Development: A Search for Terra Incognita

August 2006