Gabriela Coronado-Téllez

Biographical note

Doctoral Student in Museology, Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias. Master in Museology, Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias in 2020. Bachelor of Graphic Design, Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León in 2015.

Areas of academic and scientific interest

  • Sociomuseology as a tool to analyze social movements.
  • The preservation and exposure of traumatic and violent memories.

PhD project

If they don’t hear our voice, they will have to see us. Feminist Visual Representations for Dignity.
Doctorate Professor Mario Caneva de Magalhães Moutinho

This thesis has for objective to discover how Gender Violence and Painful Memories condition Art as a Practice of Feminism. Making an approach to the exercises that portray through the visual arts feminicide violence. With the intention of discovering the motivations, sentiments, emotions and perspectives of the people who execute them as well as the potentialities that their actions and work have in the defense of Human Rights, by making visibke the victims of Gender Violence outside of the conventional channels. From the diagnosis and categorization of the data, it is explained how these initiatives were built and what their goals. From where it is concluded with a proposal of multiple potentialities for the field of social, dialogical, community and decolonial museology. The investigation is done in the field of Sociomuseology, and therefore the concepts of this School of Thought will be used to clarify the approach.