Eva Lia Pedriglieri is an interdisciplinary artist, cultural researcher, and arts educator based in South Florida. Her work deals with investigating and representing multiculturalism, Afro-descendant Latinx and European heritage, and the complexities of identity. She is interested in connecting her physical body and its place in time to concepts of memory, family, and cultural tradition primarily through performance, video, and site-specific installation, as well as traditional painting and drawing techniques. She engages actively with her work and audiences in an effort to reimagine and advocate for daily cultural bonding practices as an art practice.
She graduated in 2019 with dual degrees from The New School in NYC. She holds a BFA in Fine Arts from Parsons the New School for Design and a BA in Culture & Media Studies from Eugene Lang the New School for Liberal Arts. She has exhibited artwork and screened her short films in galleries and festivals in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, Paris, and her hometown in Florida. She has also developed and directed a public event Fifty Five +, with local artists and friends from her hometown.
Along with her work as an artist, she is currently the communications director and a teaching artist for City Lore NYC, an art and culture non profit organization focused on fostering living cultural heritage through education and public programs in service of cultural equity and social justice. She is also a program assistant and video editor at Arts for Learning Miami, a non profit organization dedicated to advancing teaching and learning through the arts and community cultural resources.