Inés Molina Agudo

BA in Art History (2017, UCM-Rennes 2-UNAM) and a MA in Contemporary Art History and Visual Culture (2018, UCM-MNCARS-UAM). Today she is a PhD Candidate at the UAM, where she is working on a project devoted to the phenomenon of the marginal press in the post-Franco period (1975-1981). She is interested in the way in which these materials channelled popular creativity and expression, while at the same time articulating a public counter-sphere after the dictatorship. Her thesis has led her to collaborate with projects such as the Centre de Documentació dels Moviments Socials “La Ciutat Invisible” and the Anselmo Lorenzo Foundation for Anarchist Studies.