Ros Boisier is a visual artist. In her projects she reflects on the human condition and its contemporary challenges through existentialism and a poetic and symbolic gaze. She also researches and writes about photobooks and film. She codirects the Muga publishing house and the LUR magazine.

Ros Boisier (Temuco, Chile, 1985). Master’s degree in Art Production and Research from the University of Granada (Spain), degree in Audiovisual Communication from the Universidad Mayor (Chile) and Diploma in Photography from the Pontificia Universidad Católica (Chile). She has taken the workshop Documentary Filmmaking at EICTV (Cuba) and the course Creativity and Strategies in Contemporary Photography with Javier Vallhonrat at EFTI (Spain), among others.

She has been awarded a grant by the Chilean Ministry of Culture to develop training, circulation and research projects in Cuba, Spain and Portugal in 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2022 and 2024. Her projects Lo elevado profundo and Muniellos have been selected as exhibition projects of the programme for the dissemination of the arts ‘Asturies, Cultura en Rede’ of the Government of the Principality of Asturias (Spain).

She is the author of the photobooks Inside (Muga, Ediciones Posibles, 2024) and Pérdida (Muga, Fluq, 2015) and director of a research on the reading experience of photobooks, the result of which was the book De discursos visuales, secuencias y fotolibros (Muga, 2019).

Her work has been exhibited in Spain, Argentina, Uruguay and Chile.

The course Estrategias editoriales en la creación de discursos visuales en fotolibros, which she teaches together with the editor Leo Simoes, has been given at festivals, art centres, universities and photography schools in Mexico and Spain.