Amalia Ulman (b. 1989 in Argentina) lives and works between London and Gijon (Spain). She graduated from the Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design (London) in 2011. The main focus of her research are class differences and how they affect social interactions, emotions and human relations. Her work analyses social stratification, cultural capital, class imitation and seduction. Her aim is to scrutinise matters such as hierarchies, power relations, charity and empathy.

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