Monika Bravo (b. 1964 Bogota, Colombia) is a multi-diciplinary artist living and working in New York. Invited to participate at the 56th Venice Biennale, representing the Vatican City-State, at the Pavilion of the Holy See. Will be showing “Urumu” at the Centro Conde Duque in Madrid, Spain; originally installed at the Bard Graduate Center “waterweavers” exhibit curated by Jose Roca. Also “Teorema” curated by Octavio Zaya at the MANA Center in Newark, NJ. Recent solo shows include “LABORATORIUM Solo projects” for ArtBO curated by Jose Roca and “Urumu” curated by Beatriz Lopez at NC-Arte both in Bogota, Colombia; “Recent Works” at MAM, Museum of Art in Montclair, NJ; “Landscape of Belief” at BYU Museum of Art in Provo, UT. Her works have also been shown at Sternesen Museum, Oslo; Museo de Arte del Banco de la Republica, Bogota; Borusan Contemporary, Istanbul; Museo di Arte Contemporaneo di Roma, Rome; Seoul International Biennial of New Media Art; SITE, Santa Fe; Centro de Arte Caja de Burgos; Burgos; and at both the New Museum and El Museo del Barrio in New York. She has had her videos screened at MoMA, Brooklyn Museum, LA MoCA, Tate Britain and Museo Reina Sofia. She has also been commissioned to create several projects including pieces for LAX (Los Angeles Airport) and the University of Texas.