My artistic creations are under the pseudonym of Crila Regina, used within my social media since 2016, where I usually upload my projects to be shared without any distinction to the general public. In my work, you can find predominately animations, and within that digital illustration, but also embroidery and paint.
My artistic projects turn around topics as society mechanization, productivity, prototypes of social behavior established by Television, among other related themes
Exhibitions & awards
August and September 2021 in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Global south hawkers’ visualization laboratory is the winner project of the Plataforma Bogotá Residency - Trias Culture: África Artbox Digital, Distrital Incentive Program of the Distrital Arts Institute - Idartes, Alcaldía Mayor de Bogotá and be taken within the ArtBox Digital award framework promoted by TRIAS CULTURE, with the African Digital Innovation Fak’ugesi Festival and the Communication Agency Griot auspices.
During this laboratory, the resident Crila Regina from Bogota wanted to know the streets of Johannesburg from the perspective of popular work to translate the vision of the street vendors into an interactive animation with the help of Johannesburg creative persons showing the face of the economic search.
March 8-30, 2019 / Various Artists, San José, Costa Rica
Various Artists propose the title BEYOND THE PUSSY as a striking detonator, for works that seek new aesthetic options around gender studies, self-perception, and self-determination in society.
Participate with the series "Mi llanto enamora" which is continually growing. It is a series of animated videos that imitate and parody dramatic scenes from Latin American soap operas I intend to exaggerate and ridicule the grotesque and normative content of emotional interactions that reflect a macho culture popularly transmitted in television.
Tender organized by Colsanitas, the Embassy of Spain in Colombia, and the gallery Nueveochenta, aimed at Colombian artists under 30 years of age.
I was second-winner place in the eleventh edition held in September 2018, with the work "Ruta repetida".
Projects & collaborations
Collective work under the name of Zanti Vita in which animation techniques such as stop motion, puppet manipulation, and 2D animation were mixed, I made the image cleaning, 2D animation, and Fondation music video editing of the artist Rockin Squat
A children's series that narrates the adventures of Aluna and Karun in the enchanted forest in search of the mystery of water, created with actors, animated characters, and puppets.
Made by Life productions S.A.S and broadcast by Canal 13.
I participate in post-production, as an illustrator, animator, and background composer.
A Bogotá creative workshop led by "Miscelanea" collective, where digital creation is promoted to generate an art exhibition that takes place on social networks.
Love was the theme chosen for digital creations. I looked within multimedia content for love expressions, resulting in my immersion into the audiovisual collage between video games and novels.
Collective made up of Ernesto Moreno, Andrés Beltrán, Francisco García and Ana María Baquero.
Winner of the Francisco José de Caldas District University student/teacher creation award in 2016.
It was proposed a collective creation with the exhibition public, invited to appropriate and recreate the image of Francisco José de Caldas employing the collage of stickers previously printed by the winning group. In this process, more than 1,000 silk-screen stickers were printed in serigraphy four-color technique.
Illustrated children's fare tale about a girl who must move away from her countryside family because she has to go to study in the city. Written by Patricia Tibocha under the pseudonym Amada Lina and Ana Maria Baquero under the pseudonym Crila Regina
Children's story written by Patricia Tibocha under the pseudonym Amada Lina and illustrated by Ana Maria Baquero under the pseudonym Crila Regina. Narrate the memories of Mimi, a girl who travels to Bogota city in search of a better future due his family decides that this is where she can progress.
Illustrated children's fare Tale about a girl who must move away from her countryside family because she has to go to study in the city. Written by Patricia Tibocha under the pseudonym Amada Lina and Ana Maria Baquero under the pseudonym Crila Regina