Studio Eliana Heredia

12161 Berlin – Friedenau

Artists with works at this studio


Eliana Heredia (b. 1978, Sao Paolo, Brazil) is of Argentinian origin. She studied sculpture at the National Graduate Institute of Art (IUNA) in Buenos Aires. A DAAD scholarship brought her to Berlin, where she received her MA at Universität der Künste in 2011. Heredia’s sculptural installations call attention to the relation between the human being and pure nature. By alienating material from everyday life – such as mattresses, psycho therapeutic drug packages, steel wool, detergent, conditioner, nylon bags, plastic cups, parchment paper, glass and cement – which she exposes to erosion and material stress, Heredia creates timeless and psychological landscapes of high synaesthetic impact. The materials react to the application of temperature or the influence of water or air and show alteration and agitation due to their immanent psycho-chemical character. A recipient of Argentinian, Austrian, French and German scholarships, Heredia exhibited her work extensively in Latin America and more recently in Europe and Berlin, where she currently lives and works.


Elvira Amor (b. 1982, Madrid, Spain) graduated in Fine Arts by Castilla-La Mancha University, Spain. She creates paintings and collages and is interested in the content of treatment of color, shapes and materials, all that is related with a non-verbal communication, to the senses, to a primal state which lies before language communication. She received the Prize for artistic production by the Banco Santander Foundation Spain 2015, and is selected for Zona Seis Residence, Mexico, 2016. She has participated in exhibitions at the Cultural Center of Spain in Buenos Aires (CCBEA), the Lebenshon Foundation, Buenos Aires and Taman Budaya, Indonesia among others.


Fabián Ramos (b. 1968 Tucumán, Argentina) studied visual arts and architecture. Lives and works in Madrid. He makes films with objects, sculptures to be filmed, photographies of spaces in which he finds a confluence of sculpture and cinema, and installations of pieces in architectural scenes or in art exhibition spaces. He calls this procedure Cinema with objects, where he presents a relation between objects and images: between sculpture, photography and cinema. He was granted in: CIA Artistic Research Center 2013, Film Laboratory Program 2011 and Artists Program 2010 Torcuatto di Tella University, Research Laboratory in Contemporary Artistic Practices, Rojas Cultural Center 2008. Selected in BAFICI International Film Festival of Buenos Aires, 2014; FICALI International Film Festival of Cali, Colombia 2014.