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Daniela Medina Poch

(Bogotá, Colombia, 1992) Visual 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 B.A. from the Escola Massana in Barcelona and an M.A. from the Berlin University of the Arts. Her work is part of the permanent collection of the Museo de Arte Moderno de Bogotá and the digital collections of the Museo de la Memoria Histórica de Bogotá and Collecteurs Museum of Private Collections. Between 2015-2022, her work has been part of more than 30 exhibitions around Germany, Australia, Austria, Brazil, Colombia, Greece, Holland, Italy, Mexico, Serbia, Spain, Portugal, United Kingdom, the United States, and Venezuela. She has been a resident at Marebox Project (2021), Floating University (2021), FLORA ars+natura (2018), lugar a dudas (2017), and 4bid Gallery (2016). She is co-founder of the curatorial program Babel Media Art and the collective Co-Re. In parallel with the development of her work, she writes texts and experimental essays for specialized magazines.