Ph.D. in Advanced Productions in Art from the University of Barcelona; Master in Curatorial and Cultural Practices in Art and New Media (MECAD), BA in Journalism and Social Communications and Aesthetics. She works as a professor, researcher and art curator both independently and in institutions both in Chile and internationally.
She has been professor of digital aesthetics, media art history, design theory and art critic in several study centers in Chile and Spain, as well as online courses from the Node Center for Curatorial Studies (based in Berlin). She also lectures on the University of Chile’s new media art master’s degree course and is a guest lecturer at other universities.
Her writings have been published in important journals, and sections of books such “Red Art: New Utopias in Data Capitalism” (Leonardo Electronic Almanac Vol.20, London, 2014); “Cinamas Experimentais” (Luminarias, Sao Paulo, 2016); “Technochamanism” (Goethe Institut, Sao Paulo, 2016), among others. In 2012 she published “By Reason or By Force, The Chilien Neoliberal Model and its Implications for Education and Culture” (Errant Bodies, Berlin/London, 2013).
MONTERO is the editor of Atlas, photography and image magazine, and director of PAM, Plataforma Arte y Medios (Art and Media Platform), with which she carries out research on the convergence between art, technology, science and society with gender and decolonial approaches.