Angelica Teuta

Angelica Teuta (Medellin, 1985) is an artist from Colombia, holding an MFA from Columbia University in New York (2015) and a BFA from National University of Colombia in Bogota (2007). She creates site-specific installations using colorful light projections, low-tech machinery, digital video and sound, in order to build up interactive, experiential spaces and surrealistic ambiences that act as metaphorical, poetic “windows”. Angelica Teuta’s large-scale installations have been exhibited, among others, at the Museum of Modern Art in Medellin and at the Museum of Modern Art in Bogota, at the Fotogalleriet in Oslo and Fisher Landau Center for Art in New York. Her video work was presented at international festivals in Toronto, Berlin, Bogota, and Kecskemet in Hungary, among others. In 2016, Teuta took part in the Summer Academy program at the Zentrum Paul Klee in Bern, Switzerland, under the guidance of Thomas Hirschhorn, and she conducted workshops at the Humanitarian Zone in Buenaventura, Colombia. In 2017, she became professor at the Faculty of Visual Arts, University of Antioquia, Medellin.

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