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Angela Wilson presents her body of work: "Phantasm," in which historical photographs were the substrate of the artwork.

This series is an homage to Angela's grandaunt Teresa Wilms Montt (b. 1893 -1921). As an entangled process where psychological and literal projections turned on several portraits painted in trans-lucid fabrics. Her grandaunt's photographs and poems were projected and drawn, stitched in layers of veils, creating a symbolic space in which time converges in a deep sum of different material coverings.

With this series, Angela Wilson wants to highlight her grandaunt as a Chilean poet who has become an example of feminist claims, acknowledging her work hidden behind her tragic life. This homage intends to repair years of Therese ́s invisibility and women artists' struggles.

Angela Wilson was born in Santiago de Chile, where she lives and works. She has a BA in Visual Arts from U. Católica de Chile (1977-1981) and MA, U. Adolfo Ibáñez, Chile (2008). Carried out a Visual Literacy summer class at SVA, NY (2008). Participates in art residences in Factoria Santa Rosa, Santiago de Chile (2015); Bodegón Cultural de Los Vilos, Coquimbo, Chile (2019); Gate 44, Milano, Italy (2019). She has participated in ARSFACTUS, a Women's art collective, since 2014.

Angela Wilson´s work has been exhibited at Modigliani Gallery, Viña del Mar, Chile (2022); Biennial Sur, Pabellón de las Artes UCA, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2022); Museo de Arte Moderno- MAM Chiloé, Chile (2021); Corporación Cultural de Las Condes, Chile (2020); Fundação D.Luis, Cascais, Portugal (2020, 2021, virtual cause pandemics); Casa FOA, Las Condes, Chile (2019); National Sculpture Biennial (New Medias), Centro de Documentación Cerrillos - CEDOC, Cerrillos, Santiago, Chile (2018); FINART, São Paulo, Brazil (2019. 2018); Pabellón de las Artes UCA, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2018); MAC, Bogotá, Colombia (2016); Gabriela Mistral Foundation, New York (2014) ; Enlace Gallery, Lima, Peru (2014); Marta Traba Gallery, Memorial de America Latina, São Paulo (2013); International Visual Art Biennial, Santa Cruz, Bolivia (2012); Tampico, Mexico (2006) and in the National Museum of Fine Arts, Santiago, Chile (2002).

As well, she has had six solo exhibitions La Reserva, Museo de Arte Colonial, Santiago, Chile (2018); Intervalo II, Bodegón Cultural Los Vilos, Coquimbo, Chile (2014); Intervalo I, Corporación Cultural de las Condes, Chile (2013); Phantasma, Castillo Wulf, Viña del Mar,Chile (2011); Desvelo, Centro Cultural Recoleta, Recoleta, Chile (2010); Desatar, BCLV, Coquimbo, Chile (2009).