Ana María Millán

Ana María Millán was born in 1975 in Cali, Colombia, and currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany. Her work locates a personal and skeptical voice in the narrative spaces of video, investigating different forms of transmission of information in relation to subcultures, ideas of violence, and exclusory discourses. Speaking from local stories, Millan harnesses the possibilities and mistakes typical of rehearsals, as well as incorporating narrative forms that are considered dysfunctional.

Recent and upcoming exhibitions include Video Sur, Palais de Tokyo, Paris (2018), You will not see me, Chicago Architecture Biennial, Chicago (2017); Product Placement, (bis) I oficina de proyectos, Cali (2017); Bordes de la cotidianidad. Apuntes para otra historia del video contemporáneo en Colombia, Jeu de Paume, Paris (2017); Frio en Colombia, at FICCI, Festival Internacional de Cine de Catagena, Colombia; Museo de Pereira, Colombia; and Archivo de Bogotá (all 2016); Mutis Mutare, El Matadero, Madrid (2015); Dinastía, Instituto de Visón, Bogotá (2014). Her work is included in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

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