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Diana Sánchez Barrios is a designer, researcher and poet from Colombia.

She studied design but consider herself a curious mind without a professional label.
Her work is anti disciplinary and experimental. She works across disciplines and media exploring human practices and values that shape design and our concepts of technology, beauty, nature, poetics and affection.

She looks forward to explore the interrelations between our technological and biological brain creating experiences and personal technologies that shape the poetics and politics of senses, perception and emotions.

She aims to create scenarios where a human-centered world is no longer possible, but a world in which we propose empathy with all life forms. Her work inquires into ethical and caring practices of science and technology in society, placing these practices in a post-human/ multi-species world through art and design. She studied Design at Los Andes University in Colombia.

She is currently a graduate student in the Master in Digital and Media at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD).


Part of Cumulus Bangalore 2017 Letters to the future, proceedings 2017 https://issuu.com/srishtiartdesign/docs/letterstothefuture_conference_bookl

Paper presentation in a themed session at New Perspectives in the Humanities Conference held at UPenn in Philadelphia 2018. Awarded with the Conference Emerging Scholar Award. https://cgscholar.com/cg_event/events/H18/proposal/28480

Presenter at Design Science Symposium held at Rhode Island School of Design, 2019. Project: Botanycaring.

Part of the collective Exhibition School For Poetic Computation 7 years. New York, 2020. https://sfpc.io/sevenyears/ 

Part of the Publication in Second Nature, in the section “Tomorrow”  Universidad de Los Andes Yearly Publication, 2020. Genetic Symphony for the Sixth Extinction.

Part of Politics of the Machine Berlin 2021 Conference and published in the conference proceedings. Held by Aalto University, The International University of Beirut and Einstein Center Digital Future, 2021 – 2022.