Imayna Caceres (b. Callao, Peru) is an artist, writer and curator from Peru, whose work focuses on the making of meaning in community, Andean/Amazonian and Mestiza heritages and practices of regeneration, joy and kinship towards social justice. Graduated in Sociology and Media Communication in Lima, and in Fine Arts and Cultural Studies from the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna. She is co-founder of the TRENZA collective, a group of women* with ties to Latin America. 

Her latest works Geography of Selves/ Roots in the Dark (2019) and Condor, Puma, Serpiente (2018) are in dialogue with her curatorial projects: The Ritual (2018), Back/s Together: Gloria Anzaldúa, her drawings, our connection to her (2018), A Look Back Into the Museum (2016) with Verena Melgarejo Weinandt, Intervention of a Columbus Statue in Vienna (2017) with TRENZA, Decolonial Borderlands (2017) with Sophie Utikal, Anti*colonial Fantasies/ Decolonial Strategies (2016) which was also published as book, with Sunanda Mesquita and Sophie Utikal, and Who is Afraid of The Museum? (2015) with Verena Melgarejo Weinandt, Marissa Lôbo and Pêdra Costa.

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