Carolina Charry Quintero
Carolina Charry Quintero is an experimental filmmaker from Cali, Colombia, whose work is concerned with the experience of the unmeasurable, and the idea of the limit of comprehension. She is interested in the human-animal border as a place of thought – from which to revise the grand definitions of what is human, as well as the ethical, political and epistemological issues that are born at this border. Her work has screened at cinema festivals and venues including Edinburgh International Film Festival, Ann Arbor, Slamdance, Chicago Underground and the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. She is the recipient of the Jack Oakie Foundation Grant, and the Emerging Artists Creative Grant from Colombia's Ministry of Culture. She holds a BA in Philosophy from Universidad del Valle in Cali and an MFA in Film and Video from the California Institute of the Arts.