Magali Reales is a Colombian contemporary artist specializing in experimenting with the object-viewer relationship, exploring different possibilities of movement and light and color techniques. Her work is heavily influenced by music, and she often uses it to enhance the sensory exploration of her messages.

In addition to her multimedia approach, Reales works with various mediums such as painting, photography, and filming on canvas. One of her notable works is “Song to the Tribes,” which captures the essence of the Kogi, a native tribe living in the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, Colombia. In this work, musicians play flutes made out of a plant called Bukunkuisicon until dawn, evoking a vivid adaptation of vegetation and water, creating a matrix of green patterns and crystalline streams where one can figure out infinite forms constantly mutated into other elements.

Reales has exhibited in various countries and has participated in over 27 solo and group exhibitions, live performance actions, videos, and installations. She has showcased her work in Colombia, Belgium, Spain, Poland, France, and Amsterdam, where she participated in the 2020 Artid: Amsterdam contemporary art event, which serves as a forum for the direct exchange of ideas and contacts between collectors, artists, photographers, designers, and art professionals.

Overall, Magali Reales’ work as an artist demonstrates a strong interest in exploring the relationships between different media and creating immersive sensory experiences that engage the viewer. Her work is characterized by a fusion of movement, light, color, and sound that transports the viewer to a different plane of perception, challenging traditional notions of art and pushing the boundaries of contemporary art.