Angela Wilson is a Chilean artist whose work delves into the intricate processes of memory, exploring the interplay between remembered and forgotten traumas, objects, images, and unconsciousness. Oscillating between abstraction and figuration, she constructs symbolic spaces where time converges through layers of material such as translucent veils, ink washes, drawings, digital prints, and crusts of paint. Her pieces often feature landscapes, urban atmospheres, and portraits, creating a sense of historical and personal narrative. 

Angela studied Visual Arts and Arts Pedagogy at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. She furthered her education with a master's in art history from the Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez and pursued studies in Visual Literacy at the School of Visual Arts in New York.

Wilson's artwork has garnered international recognition, being showcased in both solo and group exhibitions in Chile and abroad. Notable displays include Buenos Aires, Argentina; Bogotá, Colombia; and a highly anticipated exhibition in New York in 2022. 

Her exhibition "Telón de Fondo" at the Sala La Capilla of the Montecarmelo Cultural Center in Providencia, Chile, was acclaimed as the best installation of 2023 by the Critics Circle of Chile. She is an active member of ARSFACTUS, a collective of women artists in Chile that focuses on contemporary art and curatorial programs.