By Alejandra Wolff |
In Conversation with Lorena Lazard
Alejandra Wolff is a PhD in literature at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and currently serves as an assistant professor of art at the university’s art school. Currently, she is the head of the Documentation Center and Library of the National Museum of Fine Arts, Santiago, Chile.
Wolff is also a visual artist and a researcher in the field of visual culture, specializing in the relationships between text, image, and representations of corporality and violence in contemporary art in Latin America. Her works explore the relationships between art, design, and craft, with a focus on contemporary jewelry and textile art. She has participated in international and national exhibitions and published critical texts in several art catalogs and journals.