Daniela Wayllace - Biography
Born in 1979, Daniela Wayllace is a multidisciplinary belgian artist. Her practice embraces animation, drawing and etching. Her work is diverse though thematically linked.
After his studies in painting and etching at Major University of San Andrés (UMSA) in Bolivia, Daniela finished her thesis (graduation work) "Art and the schizophrenia: a follow-up of schizophrenic patients" in the psychiatric unit at General Hospital in La Paz.
In her artistic career she participated in several exhibitions with the group "El tiempo del Guerrero Alado" and individual exhibitions as well. It was during this time that she began working in CONADANZ (National Dance Company) and where she meets Ruben Machado with whom she worked doing the paper puppets and sets for the animation film "Teco, el niño mojeño". Thanks to this film and the film "Sueño la noche directed by the artist Claribel Arandia Torrez, that she focuses in the world of cinema and particularly in the world of animation.
In 2006 she comes back to Belgium to pursue an education in animation at ENSAV La Cambre in Brussels.
During her years of study at La Cambre, Daniela makes "The barking of debauchery"(2009) with Guiv Khonsari, and "Supaya" (2010) with Nuno Alameda.
"Memento Mori" (2012) is her graduation film.
Parallel to this production, she made two documentaries: "Nyanga Zam" and "Almamundo".
- 2011-2012 "Memento Mori" (graduation film)
- 2012-(in edition) "Almamundo-Natitas..." (documentary film )
- 2011 "Nyanga Zam" (documentary film )
- 2010 "Supaya" (animation film)
- 2009 "The barking of debauchery" (animation film)
- Cinéma d'animation (Master 2) Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts Visuels LA CAMBRE. Brussels, Belgium, 2007-2012.
- Political Sciences, International Relations, Universidad Nuestra Señora de La Paz. La Paz, Bolivia, 2002-2006.
- Painting and Etching, Arts and Architecture Faculty, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés. La Paz, Bolivia, 1997-2001. Thesis (graduation work) "Art and the schizophrenia: a follow-up of schizophrenic patients" in the psychiatric unity at General Hospital in La Paz.(2003).