Maria Fernanda Garcia
PhotoVogue Resident. Mother of one son, photographer, visual artist and educator. In her work she explores through photography, interview and archive collection; public space and private space, to talk about the territory and its constant transformation. She seeks to represent the subjectivity of human beings that are affected or touched by movement. Her work has been exhibited individually and collectively in Mexico, Ecuador and South Africa. Winner of the National Geographic Society's COVID 19 emergency fund (2020). Her work "Migraciones" has been published in national and international printed and digital media. Fragment of her work, "When the House became indigo blue dust" was published on Ph museum.