DANIELA MEDINA POCH from Bogotá, Colombia, is a visual artist, writer, and researcher whose work addresses the intertwining of “tierra”, a term that encompases the dimensions of earth, land, and soil at the same time. Through a research-based practice and poetic strategies, her work aims to question hegemonic discourses that perpetuate asymmetrical power relations in regards to national borders, land distribution, climate and identity politics. As a hybrid practitioner, Daniela develops site-specific artistic interventions, writes texts for specialized journals and conducts long-term research processes. Her work has been part of exhibitions and projects such as The Listening Biennial (Berlin), FLORA ars+natura (Bogotá), LowTechLab (London) and LOOP Festival (Barcelona). Daniela is co-founder of Babel Media Art, a contemporary art program at Torre Colpatria, Bogotá and CO-RE, contextual research collective at Haus der Statistik, Berlin. Currently, she participates in the Kunst im Kontext MA program at Universität der Künste Berlin and the Neue Auftraggeber network.