Verónica Posada Álvarez studied Graphic Design at Pontificia Bolivariana University in Medellín-Colombia. In 2017 she graduated from her MA in Arts and Visual Culture at the University of Westminster in London-England. Currently, she is studying a PhD in Cultural Studies, in which she works with the Latin American diaspora in London. The research is part of CREAM (Research Centre in Education, Arts, and Media) https://cream.ac.uk/ School of Arts at the University of Westminster. She worked as a Museographer in the Museum of Antioquia and other cultural institutions. Verónica has 4 years of experience as a lecturer; she has taught courses related to History of Design, Sociocultural Theories and Final Design Project for Graphic Designers.
Fotografías por: Santiago Giraldo.
Verónica has a massive interest in contemporary artistic practices that aimed to raise political concerns to improve the life of communities at risk within cities, throughout visual culture. She has worked in the project Mapping Memories, Gráficas y Grafías de Cuerpos Migrantes, and El Taller de la Existencia. Additionally, Veronica believes in Collage and Photography, as a means of expression from which is possible to expose concerns as a women within society. To talk about the female body as a social construct and aimed to visualise the feminist struggle.