Narda Alvarado lives and works in Bolivia. She has a B.A. in Architecture and Construction, was a resident at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten of Amsterdam, and received a Master’s degree of Science in Art, Culture and Technology from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She imparts training workshops on artistic research and art thought for young professionals and students. Alvarado exhibited in numerous solo and collective shows in Bolivia, Latin America and Europe, and participated in the following international biennials: La Habana (2019, 2006), Santiago de Chile (2017), Venice (2011, 2007), Fin del Mundo (2009), Sao Paulo (2006), Busan (2006), Moscow (2007), and Mercosur (2005), among others. She has done artists’ residencies and expeditions in Santiago de Chile, Belgrade, Athens, Potosí, Buenos Aires, Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Jerusalem and Oxford. At present, she works on personal research projects and studies philosophy at the San Andrés State University, in her native La Paz since 2009.