Katherinne Fiedler & Gabriel Alayza (per) 

Katherinne Fiedler is a multidisciplinary artist with a degree in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona (2007).

Her work has been part of several collective exhibitions, standing out: Translations / Views x Spaces (Centro Cultural Conde Duque Madrid 2019), SinCrónicas Horizons of Peruvian Contemporary Art from the Collecting Perspective (El Instante Fundación Madrid 2019), Proyector ’19 (Caixa Forum and Auditorio Alcalá 31 Madrid 2019), LARA 2017 (Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Panamá 2017) No Black, No White (no and) (Cifo Foundation Miami 2017), Atlas 3 Topographies of the Archipelago (Bogotá Chamber of Commerce 2016), Habitar la Frontera (OTR Espacio Madrid 2017), among others. And the individual ones: Variable Fiction (La Galería 2015), Hunting Time (Vértice Galería 2012 between others.

In addition, she has selected and invited in video festivals such as:
Santo Antonio CIM Centro Inovação da Mouraria Lisboa, FONLAD Festival Museo da Agua in Coimbra Portugal, InVideoVideoart festival (Milan), N-Minutes Video Art Festival | 3rd edition Unit IV (Shanghai), Madatac Palacio de Cibeles (Madrid), BIM (Buenos Aires), REGION O, King Juan Carlos of Spain Center (NY) Centro Cultural Delloscompligio Lucca (Italy), among others.


Gabriel Alayza is a visual artist who received the Adolfo Winternitz medal in 2006 for being the best graduate in the specialty of Painting from the Faculty of Art of the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú.

Many of his individual works have been presented at the Forum Gallery, such as: Cargar (2007), Asesinos delicados (2011) and Estado del tiempo (2013).
He has also participated in several national and international shows.

He currently directs together with Mateo Alayza the illustration studio Hermanos Magia. He is also a professor at the Faculty of Art of the PUCP, Centro de la Imagen and Corriente Alterna, School of Art and Design.