About Teresa
I did Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths College in London, and History and Aesthetics of Contemporary Art in Madrid and Barcelona. I’ve worked in a magazine, an art gallery, an international art biennial, a museum, a news agency and a university. At some point in my life I realized that my dream job didn’t exist so I decided to invent it. I work as Content Director in visualMAG, an online cultural magazine that emerges from the fascinating encounter of the Internet and the creative industries. But that is only the beginning. The second part of the project, visualMANIAC, will magically appear in a few months. You’re gonna love it.
http://www.visualmag.net
Current city: Madrid
I did Cultural Studies at Goldsmiths College in London, and History and Aesthetics of Contemporary Art in Madrid and Barcelona. I’ve worked in a magazine, an art gallery, an international art biennial, a museum, a news agency and a university. At some point in my life I realized that my dream job didn’t exist so I decided to invent it. I work as Content Director in visualMAG, an online cultural magazine that emerges from the fascinating encounter of the Internet and the creative industries. But that is only the beginning. The second part of the project, visualMANIAC, will magically appear in a few months. You’re gonna love it.
 
A piece of Egypt in the city centre. This temple, a gift from the Egyptian government, was taken stone by stone from the valley flooded when the Aswan Dam was built. It’s a great place for a picnic in the summer. You can enjoy the sunset and the (grey) skyline of Madrid.
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A bar and bookshop to enjoy a glass of wine while reading a book or to read a book while drinking a glass of wine. They show a careful selection of contemporary literature and artworks downstairs, from where you can spy on the people upstairs because the ceiling is made of glass.
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One of my favourite places to enjoy a beer bathed in orange lights and layered walls. They used to give concerts downstairs. Unfortunately they got recently banned due to boring local regulations - hopefully, live music will return soon amongst their palm trees and tropical lights.
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The city’s old slaughterhouse, now an art centre. It’s a monumental project that somehow manages to survive the financial crisis. They organize interesting exhibitions, talks and other activities. The perfect excuse to go for a walk around the southern side of Madrid.
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Madrid based photographer.
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Anaisa Franco is an artist creating electronic sculptures that interconnect the physical with the digital; she is interested in re-signifying concepts of psychology by providing behaviors, imagination and feelings for the sculptures. She has been working and living between Spain and São Paulo, Brazil, where she came from. She studied first Visual Arts in São Paulo, and then moved to England to do a Master in Art and Technology, since then she started traveling around producing works in Medialabs and residences for artists.
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Designer & Creative Director currently living in Madrid, working on both printed and digital projects, specializing on branding, visual identities, editorial design, web design, and illustration. I studied Fine arts and Graphic design at UCM (Madrid) and HAWK Fakultät Gestaltung (Germany) and work as a freelance since 2014. After working in several design studios and agencies, I run my own Madrid-based studio. Clear Concepts, functionality and timeless solutions are the essence of my work.
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Partner of N-E Design Office.
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