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Teobaldo Lagos Preller (Puerto Montt, 1978) is a curator, author and researcher. He holds a PhD in history and theory of contemporary art from the Universitat de Barcelona, a Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Latin American Studies from the Freie Universität Berlin and a degree in social communication (Intertextual Semiotics) from the UAM-X in Mexico City. As a curator, during 2022 and 2023 he collaborates with the artist Stine Marie Jacobsen in the implementation of Law Shifters, a conceptual work and collective creation of draft laws with the female and LGBTQIA+ community at the Museu de la Memòria i els Drets Humans in Santiago de Xile. During 2021 she co-curated "Museum of Democracy" at the New Association of Visual Arts Berlin nGbK. His area of research is art and the public sphere, with a focus on immaterial transformation processes, things and public space. She has published in the Americas and Europe in journals such as ERRATA# (Colombia), On Curating (Switzerland), Camera Austria (A), A-Desk (Catalonia), Arts of the Working Class (Germany) and Artishock Magazine (Chile). He was also editor for the Fundació/Colección Jumex and the German Embassy in Mexico City. He has been living and working in Berlin since 2008.

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