Andrés Pérez is a non-binary artist and self-taught photographer.
In 2020 they migrated to Bogotá-Colombia and this trip was coincident with the decision to start their photographic career. Their narratives are focused on LGBTIQ+ Venezuelan migration, identity, gender, queer body and binary violence. They address other themes related to social and cultural phenomena in the interest of preserving a more diverse memory. As a storyteller, they not only have the need to narrate about others, they are also interested in speaking from an intimate place. That is why in the projects they develop, they involve the autobiographical narrative in an introspective and enlightening way.
Their visual language is focused on authorial portraiture, documentary narratives and fashion. During 2021 they were part of the Semillero Migrante programme, a space in which they developed their first project Espectro.
They are currently working on a family archive research entitled Ellas, ellos y elles.