Luisi Llosa, (Perú, 1981), advocates to the body as the place where all the wounds of our society caused by violence, inequality and war, come to take form. Understanding the body as an abstract place, fragile and prone to be violated, as a place that in its surface carries and showcases all the wounds that we seem to bring upon each other.

Studied Visual Arts at Escuela Superior de Arte Corriente Alterna. She has participated in workshops in Chile, Argentina and Lima, and has carried out a residency in Australia. Her works have been presented in various group exhibitions in Lima, Washington and Sydney, among other cities. Her work is based on the idea of the most basic sensations of everyday life and the daily confrontation of human beings with the contradictions and ruptures that come from the simple "being in the world". Currently, she lives and works in Lima.