Laura Huertas Millán who was born in Bogotá and lives and works in Paris has a Ph.D. in Visual Arts. She has also been involved in Harvard University’s Sensory Ethnography Lab. With her minimalist, visually perfected, and precisely structured cinema works, she considers aesthetics and politics through a range of narratives and formats. Her distinct way of expanding documentary’s boundaries stems from an innovative approach to visual ethnography, defined – by herself – as ethnographic fiction. Aiming to expose colonial injustices and post-colonial realities of Latin America from within, her ethnographic fictions subvert and deconstruct the colonised gaze.
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