Prof. Gloria Marco Munuera, Ph.D. SRISA Full Time Professor of Fine Arts
“ My teaching method stresses the importance of conceptual thinking. I feel it is vital for any teacher to continue with their professional practice both to update skills but also to continue to feed inspiration and elements of the changing practice to their students.
By Appointment Prof. Marco Munuera’s personal website
- Advanced Photography
- Advanced Photography: Analog and Digital Photography
- Digital Photography
- Discovering Florence Through Photography
- Experimental Photography
- Florence by Night: Light Painting and Stop Motion Digital Photography
- History of Photography: A Hands-on Approach
- Independent Project Photography
- Introduction to Photography: Analog and Digital Photography
- Discovering Florence Through Photography: Digital
Gloria Marco Munuera was born in Spain. She is an art photographer who uses digital and alternative techniques within photography. She received an MA in Photography from the Libera Accademia of Art in Florence, Italy, an MFA from the Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, and holds a PhD in Fine Arts Photography from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia.
Marco Munuera’s latest research explores the boundaries of biometric methodology and identification through photography. She is particularly interested in the representation of inherent human identity such as the skin of our bodies. Her investigation aims to depict non-figurative but reliable forms of identity, rather than to represent a visual “truth” based on Renaissance perspective and traditional principles of representation.
Marco Munera’s work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in Austria, Australia, Argentina, Italy, Russia, Spain and the United States. She has been awarded several prizes and scholarships including the Spanish National Prize of Photography in 2007. Some of her work has been published in art magazines such as Photo and Video, and Isla Desnuda. In conjunction with her professional practice, Marco Munuera is a professor of photography at various universities in Florence, Italy.