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NAME: Noé Badillo, MA
INSTITUTION:
Independent Scholar
EMAIL: eon.badillo@gmail.com
PHONE: 5203120813
WEBSITE: www.noebadillo.weebly.com
RESEARCH INTERESTS: Architectural history and theory, optical theory, Neoplatonism in the Italian Renaissance and in the Islamic world, Enlightenment architecture, the conjunction of science with the architectonic form, translation of treatises from the 15-17th centuries, Guarino Guarini, Athanasius Kircher, Francesco Borromini.

 

Education

2012 MA, Art History, The University of Arizona
Summa Cum Laude
Thesis: Ocularium Lucis: Light and Optical Theory in Guarino Guarini’s Church of San Lorenzo

2009 BFA, Studio Art, minor Art History, The University of Arizona
Magna Cum Laude, Leonardo da Vinci Award, Honors in two fields of study Studio art thesis: Classical Forms and the Structures of Language Art history thesis: Language Beyond Metaphor: The Structural Symbolism of Borromini’s Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza

2005–2007 Apprenticeship in classical painting and theoretical art, Studio of Osvaldo Romberg, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and New York City

Book Chapter Publications

2013 “Robert Grosseteste and the Phenomenological Nature of Geometry and Light” in John Hendrix, Nicholas Temple and Jane Lomholt eds., Cosmology and Sacred Space: Lincoln Cathedral and Robert Grosseteste (Surrey: Ashgate), forthcoming
2013 “Evidence of a Heliocentric Cosmology within Guarino Guarini’s Chapel of the Holy Shroud” in Paul Anderson ed., The Role and Practice of Artists in Society (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing), forthcoming
2012 “Language Beyond Metaphor: The Structural Symbolism of Borromini’s Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza” (abridged) in John Hendrix, Jane Lomholt, Paul Emmons eds., The Cultural Role of Architecture: Contemporary and Historical Perspectives (London: Routledge Press)

Journal Articles

2012 “Correlativus Geometricum Lucis: The Relation Between Geometry and Optical Theory in the Design of Muqarnas Domes” Zaytoon, 12

Journal Articles Under Review

2012 “Correlativus Geometricum Lucis: The Relation Between Geometry and Optical Theory in the Design of Muqarnas Domes” Rutgers Art Review, 26
2012 “Substance, Essence, and Revelation in the Reredos of San Xavier del Bac” The Journal of Arizona History

Invited Lectures
2012 “On the Phenomenological Nature of Geometry and Light,” Architecture as Cosmology: Lincoln Cathedral and Bishop Robert Grosseteste. Financed by the Paul Mellon Foundation and Yale University. Session II with Dalibor Vesely and Simon Mitton. University of Lincoln, England

Conferences and Symposia

2012 “Correlativus Geometricum Lucis: The Relation Between Geometry and Optical Theory in the Design of Muqarnas Domes,” Twelfth Annual Southwest Graduate Conference in Middle Eastern and North African Studies, The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
2012 “Substance and Essence as a Form of Revelation in the Reredos of San Xavier del Bac,” Panel Discussion: The History of San Xavier Mission, The University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona
2011 “Forming a Theology of Light: Muqarnas Domes and the Influence of Geometry and Optical Theory,” Saint Albert the Great Science and Theology Forum, Saint Thomas More Catholic Newman Center, Tucson, Arizona
2011 “Evidence of a Heliocentric Cosmology within Guarino Guarini’s Chapel of the Holy Shroud,” The Role and Practice of Artists in Society, California State University, Los Angeles, California
2011 “Evidence of a Heliocentric Cosmology within Guarino Guarini’s Chapel of the Holy Shroud,” Brown Bag Lecture, The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona
2010 “Ocularium Lucis: Guarino Guarini and the Cosmology of Light” (current research) and “Language Beyond Metaphor: The Structural Symbolism of Borromini’s Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza,” Saint Albert the Great Science and Theology Forum, Saint Thomas More Catholic Newman Center, Tucson, Arizona
2010 "Language Beyond Metaphor: The Structural Symbolism of Borromini's Sant'Ivo alla Sapienza" (abridged), and "Henri Le Secq: Strasbourg and Amiens Cathedral," The Cultural Role of Architecture, The University of Lincoln, England
2010 "Language Beyond Metaphor: The Structural Symbolism of Borromini's Sant'Ivo alla Sapienza" (abridged), and "Henri Le Secq: Strasbourg and Amiens Cathedral," Brown Bag Lecture, The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona

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