Bachelor Degree in Fine Arts

Anna Dot

PhD. Degree in Fine Arts. Teacher and artist

Qualifications and academic training

  • PhD in Translation, Interpretation and Applied Languages ​​from the University of Vic - UCC (Uvic-UCC)
  • Postgraduate in Comparative Literature and Electronic Literature at IL3
  • Master in Curation of Digital Art at ESDI
  • Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona

Activity and/or professional career

She develops her artistic practice in parallel with teaching. She is also a member of the management team of the School of Plastic Arts of Torelló and has worked in different projects of both regulated and non-regulated art education.


She is a member of the Research Group on Gender Studies: Translation, Literature, History and Communication (GETLHIC), of the UVic-UCC.


  • Arte y traducción en la era digital: Estudio de El 27||The 27th, de Eugenio Tisselli. BRAC. Barcelona, Investigación, Arte y Creación, vol. 8, núm. 1 (2020)
  • Noise Management in the Archival Ecosystem: Debating Principles for Classification. The Routledge Companion to Digital Humanities and Art History. Amb Pablo Santa Olalla, pàgs. 178-188 (2020)
  • El viaje: una metáfora de la traducción. Estudio sobre Antoni Muntadas, artista y viajero. Muntadas. Con/Textos III, pàgs. 348-362 (2020)
  • Viure traduint. Apertus 02: noitcelfeR | Reflection, pàgs. 61-86, (2019)
  • Meetings on the Common Ground. Participatory Arts for Invisible Communities (2019)


Her artistic practice focuses on the study of translation and communication processes, paying special attention to the acts of reading and writing beyond linguistic limits. Her work is represented by the Bombon Projects gallery in Barcelona, and has been shown in national and international contexts, both in exhibition halls and in artistic interventions in specific places such as the Walter Benjamin route (2016, Banyuls-sur -Mer - Portbou), the forest of the Bianya Valley (2017), the Venetian Towers of Barcelona (with Aldo Urbano, 2018) and the paths of transhumance in the Santa Cruz Valley (2020).


Her work has received the BIAM (Amposta, 2014), Art Nou (Barcelona, 2018) and So Many Suns Awards (Marseille, 2021). She has carried out artistic residencies in Charsoo Honar (Tehran, 2019) and in Bregenz (2021).