Sandra Camacho is a student in the International PhD Programme in Comparative Studies (PhDComp) and a recipient of a PhD Scholarship from the Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT, Portugal). She holds an MFA in Art and Multimedia from the Faculdade de Belas-Artes, Universidade de Lisboa (2011) and an MA in Contemporary Art from Sotheby’s Institute of Art, University of Manchester (2013). Her main areas of interest are the archive as contemporary art practice, the digital archive and media archaeology, interarts studies and memory studies.
Main areas of research
- Contemporary Art;
- Archival Art;
- Digital Archive;
- Media Archaeology;
- Memory Studies.
- Camacho, Sandra. 2018. “(re)Reading Index Cards: The archivist as interpreter in susan pui san lok’s News“, 452ºF, nº18, Barcelona: Universitat de Barcelona, Facultad de Filología (130-143). More info.
- Camacho, Sandra. 2012. Photography, archive, memory: encounters between the private and the collective in the practice of Daniel Blaufuks. London: Sotheby’s Institute of Art.
- Camacho, Sandra. 2012. ‘Péter Forgács: constructing memories’. London: Sotheby’s Institute of Art.