Adriana Elena Bravo Morales
‘I am a transdisciplinary artist working between Mexico and Bolivia who produces works ranging from traditional drawing to expanded animation as well as electronic proposals with arduinos. My aim is to produce images that make the patriarchal powers visible.’
ARTIST BIOGRAPHYAdriana was born in 1972 and is Bolivian-Mexican. She holds Masters degrees in Visual Arts and Graphic Design from UNAM and the Academia de San Carlos. She also did a postgraduate degree in Art Criticism, and further studies in Plastic Arts at diverse universities in Bolivia. For more than 25 years she has worked obsessively investigating new ways of constructing or disrupting the image from a conceptual and formal point of view, dabbling each time in analogue and digital techniques.
She has been a juror in several animation and art festivals and has exhibited and screened her work in several countries. She won several prizes in Bolivia. In 2017, she was invited to present her work and represent Bolivia at the Biennal of the South in Lima, Peru. In 2018, her piece, “Beso de chola” was selected for the Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin.