Luisa Ungar



Ungar studied visual arts in Bogotá, Columbia and has an MFA from Sandberg Institute, Amsterdam.
Her work explores how social norms are constructed and institutionalized through language. She is interested in collective memory, modes of representation and historic narratives put forth by pedagogical discourses. Her recent projects deal with narratives involving animality and the non-human, using performance, drawing and text.

Her work has been shown at different venues such as Mercosul Biennial in Porto Alegre; Centro de Arte Dos de Mayo, Madrid; Museo de arte Banco de República Bogotá; Rong Wrong, Amsterdam; Festival de Performance de Cali; Spring Workshop, Hong Kong; Bienal Sur, Rosario. She has been co-editor of publication projects such as DISDISDIS (On vampires and other forms of conviviality), and Proyecto Asterisco. She has been a resident at Gasworks, TRain Residency in London; RESò, Italy,  Maebashi Arts Center, Japan and AIR Antwerp, Belgium.

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