Manuel Correa is a Colombian artist and filmmaker who explores memory and post-conflict reconstruction in contemporary societies. Manuel’s work is exemplified by the difficult task of negotiating highly complex and fragile social relations formed in the aftermath of trauma. He has used documentary filmmaking as a tool for bringing people together, creating meeting points for war victims, survivors, activists and scientists. Correa holds an MA inResearch Architecture from Goldsmiths College, University of London. He took part in the Forensic Architecture project. His works have been presented in such venues as the Rotterdam International Film Festival, Museo Tamayo in Mexico, thePresentation House Gallery in Canada, the University of Copenhagen, the Medellín Museum of Modern Art, the 8th Norwegian Sculpture Biennial, Kunsternes Hus in Oslo, e-flux Architecture, Het Nieuwe Instituut and the DOK Leipzig InternationalDocumentary Film Festival, amongst others.