Elena Robles Mateo

Elena Robles Mateo
Universitat Politècnica de València | UPV · Department of Audiovisual Communication, Documentation and History of Art

PhD Candidate - Art & Sociology Program

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Introduction
Elena Robles Mateo is researcher and independent cultural manager with expertise in new media arts. She is PhD in Arts, Culture and Society, her dissertation is a mapping of all-women’s initiatives in arts and technology since 1986. She has performed stays as guest researcher and she has worked as project manager in centers and festivals in Europe and USA. She is co-founder and program coordinator of Atenea, a mentoring and networking project for women and girls in Arts and STEM (www.atenea.in)
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September 2016 - August 2019
Universitat Politècnica de València
Position
  • Researcher
September 2016 - August 2019
Universitat Politècnica de València
Position
  • Research Associate
January 2016 - December 2016
Universitat Politècnica de València
Position
  • Researcher

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Publications (7)
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This chapter describes FemTechNet, a case study that exemplifies the way in which an informal network of professional women can develop alternative dissemination formats for digital educational content. FemTechNet is an interdisciplinary and transnational network formed by women feminist scholars, educators, and artists mainly from North America, a...
Thesis
This dissertation explores a series of all-women self-organised initiatives that have emerged at the intersection of art and technology internationally. These grassroot initiatives have continued to appear in places where there is a new media arts scene, generally male-dominated and low in diversity. This research work is a mapping of this techno-s...
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Along the 1990s, women artists found a space for creativity and activism in the distributed network of the Internet. Since then, individually and collectively, women artists have developed on the Net different formats to promote their work, build support and bring their voices to the virtual space through the creation of communities, platforms, onl...
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This paper addresses four criteria that the Soundcool project meets: to “be sustainable”, “be future-oriented”, “be transformative” and “be innovative”. Soundcool is a pedagogical and technological project. A brief description of the technology behind Soundcool will be useful for the reader before addressing the four criteria. Soundcool is like a “...
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This paper exposes the possibilities of creating a collaborative network website for our technologic and educational music project: Soundcool. It means a new model for music education based on the use of this application, a modular system with smartphones, tablets and Kinect developed by Universitat Politècnica de València (UPV) through several gra...
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Este trabajo es un acercamiento a la red social web 2.0 Tumblr para el estudio y análisis de su arquitectura de la información que sirve como base de argumento general de nuestra investigación, que es reconocer la plataforma como un escenario de creación a partir de la actividad colectiva que en ella se lleva a cabo y el uso de material compartido,...

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Projects (3)
Project
The research project aims to identify, locate and visualize the current international women's networks in arts and technology. With the data collected, it will be possible to analyze and archive the feminist initiatives and projects that are active in arts and technology, their points of influence and collaboration transnationally. It will also help to have a description of the evolution of the social context that has been promoting the creation of the women-only/feminist initiatives in arts and technology, and to identify the gender inequity that still exists in the artistic and professional spheres, or other current social parameters. This project is not exclusively addressed to artists, but also to curators, professors, programmers, scientist, developers, geeks, performers and whoever is involved in an interdisciplinary creative field. Take part filling up and sharing this form: https://goo.gl/forms/waZpY6Svb2CZDS6I2
Project
Collaborative Network for EducativeTechnology
Archived project
Collaboration Network and Contemporany Art Museums in Europe