Karen Miranda-Rivadeneira is an Ecuadorian-American photographer.
She is a graduate from the School of Visual Arts in 2005. During that time, her early focus was on performance art, and trance states. Following these interests she has collaborated with indigenous communities and her relatives to create photo-based projects. From the Mam to the Mandaeans, she has spent more than a decade living between the Amazon, the Andean mountains and NYC. She is interested in digging for psychic gold, in threading personal and collective narratives exploring the peripheries of memory, storytelling, myth and perception to encounter the myriads of ways in which photography can create platforms for diversion and reflection.
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Starting fall 2019 I will resume my mentoring and teaching practices, If you are interested in my online classes please type it on the subject head, so i can include you on the mailing list.
The two classes that I will be teaching are:
Interpreting the Self
Here are 2 examples of what I have taught in the past (taken from the ICP catalogue of 2017)