Diego Ramirez is an artist, writer and occasional curator. He works primarily with video and pictures to develop installation projects for gallery contexts. His sullen work consists of cinematic and pictorial montages that combine new content with found material to re-evaluate media. Key areas of interest include the legacies of colonialism in visual culture; the rhetoric of the image; and the concept of terror as a response to the other. He is represented by MARS Gallery (Melbourne). He has held solo exhibitions and individual screenings at the Australian Centre for The Moving Image (Melbourne); MARS Gallery (Melbourne); Perth Centre for Contemporary Photography (Perth); and multiple artist run spaces. His work has been included in group exhibitions at Art Central Hong Kong (Hong Kong); Torrance Art Museum (Los Angeles); WRO Media Art Biennale (Wroclaw); Hong-Gah Museum (Taipei); Australian Centre For the Moving Image (Melbourne); Hazelhurst Regional Gallery (Sydney); Careof (Milan); Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (Sydney); and NAS Gallery (Sydney).