Laura Camila Medina (b. 1995)
is an interdisciplinary artist born in Bogotá, Colombia.Her immersive installations and animated collage work have been exhibited at the Center for Contemporary Art & Culture, PLANETA New York, Fuller Rosen Gallery, Wieden + Kennedy, the Portland Art Museum, and with the Nat Turner Project. She was awarded the New Media Fellowship at Open Signal, Artist in Residence at the Living School of Art, IPRC Artists & Writers in Residence Program, ACRE Residency, and most recently the Centrum Emeriging Artist Residency. She earned her BFA at the Pacific Northwest College of Art and is currently based in Portland, OR.

Laura’s practice is based around memory and identity as a response to personal, cultural, and historical research. Her work utilizes a unique assemblage of traditional mediums within digitally constructed spaces to create immersive analogies of identity and memory composition. Medina engages in a practice of self reflection as a means to create a personal mythology. This mythology brings her closer to building new worlds, both real and imaginary, where the spectrum of identity and the connection to others is sacred.