Name: Jari Malta
Jari Malta (Montevideo, Uruguay) researches about issues like gender, sexuality, race, migration, subcultures, belonging and critical animal studies. His investigations have brought him into different fields, from fictional writing and theory to curatorship or theater.
He holds a BA in Philosophy, a BA in Comparative literature and a MA in Creative Writing. He also took part of the Independent Studies Programme at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (MACBA) and conformed the research group Critical Genealogies of Sexual Disobedience from the South (National University of La Plata).
He worked in different cultural institutions like the Center of Contemporary Culture of Barcelona (Spain), MACBA, Fundació Miró (Spain) or Smålands Nation (Sweden). As a result of his collaboration with Marta Echaves he co-curated the exhibition Casa Matriz (Espai Colona and Angels Gallery, Spain) and participated in the publication of Anales Coloniales.
Jari Malta (Montevideo, Uruguay) studied Philosophy and Comparative Literature. He took part of the Independent Studies Programme at MACBA and conformed the research group Critical Genealogies of Sexual Disobedience from the South (National University of La Plata, Argentina) . Combining creative and theoretical writing, his work mainly deals with questions like gender, race and its subcultural expressions.
Jari Malta (Montevideo, Uruguay) es licenciado en filosofía y literatura comparada. Participó en el Programa de Estudios Independientes del MACBA y formó parte del proyecto de investigación Genealogías Críticas de las Desobediencias Sexuales desde el Sur (Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina). Combina la escritura literaria con la teoría, prestando especial atención al género, la raza y sus manifestaciones subculturales.