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Professor of Digital Arts and Media Activism. Formally Dean of Graduate School, Chelsea, Camberwell and Wimbledon Colleges of Art, University of the Arts London. Artist and curator with a strong background in institutional leadership, innovation and research.
* Has Initiated and organised and curates large-scale Media Art festivals, exhibitions in the UK and the Netherlands. Collectively these events have made a significant contribution to European Media Arts and media arts research in Higher Education.
* Has facilitated significant changes to a number of institutions of Higher Education through strong national and international networks and partnerships in the arts, education and the creative and cultural industries.
* His Research career includes extensive output of publications, curated exhibitions/events and public lectures with which to contribute to strategic agendas for institutional innovation.
• Has experience as senior manager and researcher at two major Universities - leading teams of creative educators to innovate and deliver high quality outputs.
- Garcia, D., 2014. FROM TACTICAL MEDIA TO THE NEO-PRAGMATISTS OF THE WEB. Leonardo Electronic Almanac, Vol 20 (Issue 1), 124-135.
- Garcia, D., 2014. From Tactical Media to the Neo-pragmaticsts of the Web. Leonardo Electronic Almanac, 20 (1).
- Garcia, D., 2007. (Un)Common Ground - Creative Encounters across Sectors and Disciplines. The Netherlands: BIS.
- Garcia, D., 2016. “Media Acts”: The Trickster, the Prankster, the Hoax and the Hack. In: Fiction as Method 17 October 2015 Goldsmiths, University of London.
- Garcia, D. and Annet Dekker. How Much of this is Fiction. FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology).
- Coventry University, advisor on upcoming REF submission (2016-), http://www.coventry.ac.uk/