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Daniela Medina Poch

(Bogotá, Colombia, 1992) Artist and researcher. Through an intersectional gaze, her work seeks to contribute to the production of ecocentric narratives to balance some of the asymmetrical power relations in the understanding and administration of environments that have been historically extracted. She has a degree from the Escola Massana UAB in Barcelona and a master's degree from the Art in Context program at the Universität der Künste Berlin. She has exhibited her work in venues such as Center for Contemporary Art Berlin, the 22nd Cerveira Biennial, fridays for future-documenta fifteen, The I Listening Biennial, SAVVY Contemporary and FLORA ars+natura, among others. She has published essays in platforms such as Contemporary& Latin America, The Listening Biennial reader, entre-ríos and A*Desk. Her works are part of the permanent collections of the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá, and of the digital platforms of the Museo de Memoria de Colombia in Bogotá and Collecteurs: The Museum of Private Collections. Her essay The Land of Thunder and Lightning was recently favorably reviewed by The Wire magazine, issue 471, May 2023. She has received the DAAD STIBET Fellowship, the Rhizome NY, and the Goldrasuch Fellowship.