As a filmmaker and visual artist, Lía Dansker is particularly interested in the limits of representation at the edge between fiction and documentary. She investigates the contamination of the authorial point of view in hybrid works through forms of collective and/or automatic creation.
Lía Dansker studied physical sciences at the University of Buenos Aires, cinema at the ENERC, and a postgraduate programme in theory of communication design. She has directed the feature film Study for a Paraguayan Siesta, the short film Lloronas, the documentaries Deep Shadows and Cage 58, and imaginary biographer. She is currently working on her longterm-documentary Portraits of the Gaucho Gil. Her works have been exhibited internationally; amongst others at the National Arts Fund, the San Martin Cultural Center, the Cervantes Institute and the Cultural Center of Spain. She has participated with her audiovisual works in international film and art festivals.