Ingrid Pumayalla (Trujillo, 1989) graduated as a Technician in Photography from the Centro de la Imagen (2012). She has obtained a Magister with Merit in Fine Arts from the Central Saint Martins School of Arts and Design in London, United Kingdom (2015). She has received the Daniel Ford International Award for Innovation (2015). She has been part of the South London Gallery Youth Film Workshop (2016). Her video, performance and installation work has been shown during the Festival of Art and Environment at Bow Arts, London (2018). The short documentary Other Mothers (2018) 13’02” min; was screened as part of UNESCO’s programme to commemorate International Mother Language Day at The Foundry – A space for Change – (2019), in London, UK. Her work has been exhibited in Germany, Spain, Greece and. She has been invited to participate in the Stokkoya Collaborative Residency on the island of Stokkøya, Norway and in the Pilontenkeunche International Art Program in Leipzig, Germany. (2019).
She currently works as a professor of photography within the Communications career at the Universidad Privada del Norte in Trujillo. Her work uses performance, photography and the moving image to address issues of migration and diasporas, and how the loss of home restructures and transforms identity.
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