Iliana Hernandez Garcia
Ph.D. in Aesthetics from the Sorbonne University, Paris-I. Postdoctorate in Philosophy of Science from l'Ecole Normale Supérieure / Center Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique. Professor of the Department of Aesthetics of the Faculty of Architecture and Design of the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana in Bogotá. Director of the research group on Aesthetics, new technologies and habitability. Director of the Collection in Contemporary Aesthetics. Professor of the Doctorate in Social and Human Sciences. Theoretician and researcher in the aesthetics of digital arts, in immersive installations and the poetics of artificial life. Author and editor of multiple books and articles, including: Contemporary Aesthetics: Production of Subjectivities at the Crossroads of Art, Science, and New Technologies (2000), Inhabited Virtual Worlds: Interactive Electronic Spaces (2002), Aesthetics, Science, and Technology: Creations electronic and numerical (ed.) (2005), Virtual territories, cyberspace and digital networks (2007), Immersed Worlds (2008), Mondes virtues et histoire des siences (2009), Poetics and critiques of becoming: frontier thinking about forms to inhabit (2009), Aesthetics, artificial life and biopolitics (ed. with Raúl Niño) (2010), Molecular Biology and Immersive Systems (2010), Poetics of the biology of the possible: habitat and life (ed.) (2012) , Aesthetics and open systems (ed. with Raúl Niño) (2014).