Ana Catalina Correa is a visual anthropologist and archaeologist whose research revolves around the intersections of art, materiality, and narratives. Her expertise spans historical, social, and media research, complemented by experience in museum and art collections management. Ana's significant contributions include her involvement in the Narcolombia project, where she explored the circulation of images within the frame of Narco-aesthetics, and the Topographies of Power project, investigating materialities and narratives at the National Police Museum in Bogotá, Colombia. She holds a Bachelor's degree in Anthropology from the University of the Andes and completed her Master's degree at HMKW. Ana's passion for research extends to sharing her knowledge as an assistant professor at the Department of Anthropology, Universidad de los Andes, as well as serving as an associate researcher at Universidad Alberto Hurtado and coordinating the Social Conflict and Violence Group at the National University of Colombia.