Inés Molina

Pre-doctoral researcher, Department of History and Theory of Art, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Inés Molina is currently developing a deep research on the graphic documentation of the opaque and silenced Spanish May 68 –happened during the last decade of Franco’s military dictatorship– which is supported by the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, and she is also finishing a Master of History of Contemporary Art and Visual Culture at the Museo Nacional Reina Sofía. Her performance in the historical research is focused on the visual dimension of struggles and the potential of the images as a stimulus for political imagination. At the same time, she has been involved in several fronts of the feminist struggle, having militated in different self-organized spaces both in Mexico City and in Madrid.