Curator and researcher. PhD © in Curatorial Knowledge, Goldsmiths, University of London. Curator Public Programme, Latin Elephant. Working in the intersection between research and practice, understanding them as interconnected tools for developing cultural and political interventions. Her work has been on curatorial thinking; curatorial studies; Latin American contemporary art; museums, galleries and exhibition studies; and decolonialism, focused on South America.
ABOUT THE TEAM
Joselyn Contreras Cerda
Artist, visual anthropologist and curator. Cultural Manager in the Cultural Foundation of the Central Bank of Bolivia and Research Professor of the Institute of Anthropological and Archaeological Research of the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés. He was the curator of the Bolivian Pavilion at the 57th Venice Biennale and also to the 2nd version of South American Biennial - Bienalsur. He is interested in indigenous representation policies and the crossings, links and tensions between anthropology and contemporary art.
Maria / Rosario Montero
Photo-based artist and researcher. PhD in Cultural Studies (Goldsmiths College). MFA (University of Chile), Master in Digital Anthropology (UCL). She works at Corporación Agencia de Borde. She is interrogating the intersection between art and anthropology by examining the representation of landscape, territory and identity. Her work has been shown internationally throughout publications and exhibitions.