Graduated as a Master of Fine Arts, specializing in sculpture from the National University of Colombia and Master of Fine Arts at the University of Illinois, Chicago. She has been part of exhibitions such as: University of Chicago 2018 (Chicago); Museum of Art in Korea; 2018 (Seoul); Sala Colonial Permanent Exhibition - Collection Museum of Antioquia, Medellin (2019), among others.
In her work, Liliana explores the representation of black women in contemporary culture through the lenses of gender, race and identity. Her work includes elements from sculpture, photography, video, collective interventions, installation and performance art. She has worked as a researcher, teacher, manager and curator and is a member of various collectives supporting the struggles of Afro-Colombian communities. In her projects, she has unearthed archives on resistance movements, retrieval and anti-racist initiatives as well as the presence of the Afro population in Colombia in order to throw light on the power relations surrounding the image, territory, race and body of black women.