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    Eduardo Molinari (b.1961, Argentina) is an artist, researcher, and professor at the Department of Visual Arts of the National University of the Arts, in Buenos Aires. Walking as an artistic practice, research with artistic methods and tools, and transdisciplinary collective work are at the center of his practice. His oeuvre includes drawing, collage, photography, installation, intervention of public space, painting, film, writing, and publishing. In 2001 he created the Walking Archive, a visual archive in progress that inquires the relations between art, history, and territory. He was an artist in residence in the International Festival of New Theater, EUROKAZ, Zagreb, Croatia (2009); Akademie der Künste, Berlin; Weltecho Art Center, Chemnitz (2007-08); and Centre D`Art Passerelle, Brest, France (2005). His recent exhibitions include: Legacy in Movement (Casa de las Madres Línea Fundadora, Ex-ESMA, Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2019).