Jaime Miranda Bambarén Verified User "JAIME MIRANDA-BAMBARÉN ( is an artist linked to various expressive forms such as sculpture, installation, photography, video, and performance and whose works often evoke ecological and spiritual themes. He was born in Lima in 1982 and obtained his Bachelor of Arts from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, 2007 and a graduate degree at Chelsea College of Arts in London in 2011. He took further courses of anatomic drawing with Carmen Herrera Águila, sculptor and aikido instructor, whose Taoist aesthetic principles Miranda-Bambarén declares a decisive influence in his work.[1] In 2010 he lived in Indonesia and in 2011 he moved to England to follow the PgDip Fine Art program at the Chelsea College of Arts in London. That same year and in 2016 he took open courses at The Ruskin School of Art and University of Oxford with artists Eleanor Crook, Brian Catling and Sarah Simblet. He also participated in an online course taught by German filmmaker Werner Herzog. In Peru he has held two solo exhibitions: Darśan, and Cargo Cult as well as a significant history in public art proposals, ranging from almost clandestine interventions in abandoned spaces in London to highly visible installations in streets and plazas in Lima and Madrid. He is also the author of an important monument to the victims of terrorism in Peru. Various installations of his Semillas (Seeds) have occupied such significant sites as the Plaza Matriz in El Callao (Peru), and the central courtyard of the Centro Cultural Conde Duque (Madrid, Spain). The most ambitious manifestation of this complex project will take place from Spring to Fall 2022, in Thomas Paine Park in Manhattan, New York City, at the special invitation of the Department of Parks & Recreation. Works by Miranda-Bambarén can be found in the Museo de Arte de Lima (MALI), the Micromuseo, and various private and corporate collections in Peru, England, and Spain. He lives and works in Lima, Peru."