Point of view invites guest authors to write an article or join the team for a periodic commitment and report on a project, research or work-in-progress.

Current and past guest authors:
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Octavio Martínez Michel
Octavio made his BA in philosophy and is currently assisting a research about electoral processes in Latin America.
In collaboration with Sergio Davila and Mariana Niembro Martínez, Octavio Martínez Michel wrote the article Mexican petrol.
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Mariana Niembro Martínez
A Political Science student working as a reporter at the Mexican Senate, where she is doing research in the decision-making processes of the domestic petrol issue.
In collaboration with Sergio Davila and Octavio Martínez Michel, Mariana Niembro Martínez wrote the article Mexican petrol.
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Marja Salaspuro
An MA student in Arts Management from Sibelius Academy Helsinki, she is engaged in inspiring approaches that evolve in contemporary practices of art institutions.
In collaboration with Sergio Davila, Marja Salaspuro wrote the article From motorcycles to 3,5 million pieces of art.


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We all know that the Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is a man of talents. First of all he is a man of spectacle, a perfect actor from the old school. He is able to dance, sing and his practical jokes are famous world wide [...] We all know these skills, but recently in two occasion he demonstrated also to have great talent as conceptual artist.
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On a recent journey we visited two well-known Asian landmarks: The Chinese Dragon Gate and the Royal Thai Pavilion, both located in remote places in Sweden.
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Published July 3, 2008, 2008 by Marja Salaspuro and Sergio Davila

Can classical conservative museum structure keep its historically layered architecture, rooms, collections and objects – and still attract the interest of the modern visitors, mainstream tourists and experience seeking travelers? A philosophical reconsideration around the purpose of museums in our era and the architect’s role as a curator.
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