Bio Maria Camila Sanjinés

Maria Camila Sanjinés focuses her artistic research on understanding politics, gender, displacement, diversity, and legality. With a special emphasis on the concept of the frontier as a liminal space between territories, emotions, and various disciplines, her work gives voice to processes that have often been collective. Her background work often involves collaborations with communities or geographies, gathering conversations and exchanges to shape her work.

Her work has been featured in: Museu de la Garrotxa (Olot), Viu Montjuic, Teatre Lliure (Barcelona), Firatárrega (Tarrega), L`appartment 22 (Fez), Sismògraf (Olot), Salmon, Mercat de les Flors (Barcelona), Fundación Telefónica – ARCO (Madrid), ARTLIMA (Lima), Director of Educational Pavillion ARTBO (Bogotá), Can Felipa (Barcelona), Santa Mónica art center (Barcelona), Casa Encendida (Madrid), ​​Mapping Festival (Geneva), Sonic Circuits-National Museum of Women in the Arts (Washington DC), White Box Gallery (New York).

Notable publications include: “Un árbol llamado Kevin”-Fundación Tiempo de Juego, “La vida láctea”-Editorial Planeta, “Tree School”-São Paulo Biennial. Drawing journalism projects: Sismógraf 2021-2024 (Olot), HAY Fest (Cartagena), and FLECHO (Quibdó).