Ludmila Ferrari is a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of Michigan. Her work examines the foundations of violence through the study of architecture and art in Latin America and the US. In close dialogue with her research interests, she has developed video installations, urban interventions, and community-based art projects, including Alto Voltaje (Moravia, Medellin, 2010), El peso de la Paz (Museo de Antioquia, Medellín, Colombia 2016)
and Coyote Action (Detroit, 2017). Ludmila holds a Master of Visual Arts from Universidad Javeriana and a licentiate degree from the IUNA in Buenos Aires. In 2009, she earned the National Prize for the Arts in Colombia (2009) with the project En la grieta: práctica artística en comunidad (2007-2010). Her publications include the books En la grieta: prácticas artísticas en comunidad (Editorial Javeriana, 2015), Escombrera (Colectivo de Experimentaçao Gráfica, 2018), as well as articles on forced displacement and art (Revista Errata, 2013); marronage, monumentality and deconstruction (Revista Iberoamericana, Spring, 2016); infrastructure and insurgency.