Marina Burana

Marina Burana

Marina Burana is an Argentinian visual artist based in Taiwan. She is also a writer, a puppeteer and a facilitator of participatory community arts projects, for which she has worked with different types of communities using art as a vehicle to further explore our place in the environment and in our broken societal systems. Her plays in English and in Spanish have had readings and productions in the U.S., UK, Taiwan, Canada, Peru, Uruguay and Argentina. She has published 3 books of short stories and has collaborated with essays, poetry, narrative, illustrations and designs for books and magazines from numerous countries. Marina plays the violin, the ukulele and has a deep interest in painting anything related to the sea, with a strong approach to color and abstraction. She studied at the Art Students League of New York and got her BFA with a Painting Major from Taipei National University of the Arts. You can visit her work here: www.marinaburana.com. The Painting Center, NY: https://www.thepaintingcenter.org/marina-burana

INSTAGRAM: www.instagram.com/marinaburana.

“My work often centers around poetry and memory. Taking inspiration from poems that have a profound impact on me and from intimate memories, I try to weave a personal visual literacy reinvented and rearranged by rich and full colors and by a constant search of a narrative derived from movement.”

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