María de los Angeles Burr, is an artist and teacher born in Santiago, Chile.

She has a Bachelor in Arts from Universidad Católica and a Bachelor in Education from Universidad Mayor and an MFA (New Genres) at San Francisco Art Institute as a Fulbright scholar.

Her art work deals with different medias such as video, sculpture, photography and performance. Conceptually her work addresses ideas toward consumption and the way in which society assigned value through everyday life objects and amounts. Her work has been shown in public places where she plays with space and invite people to interact. Soon after finishing her BA she did two public art projects at the Historical Food Market "Peso" and "El Fruto de los Libros" in Santiago Chile. The first one was opened to the public for a month and consisted on an installation (market stand) of stones collected during a year from 12 representative rivers from Chile. The work invited the viewer to interact trading or buying while reflecting on an installation (market stand) of stones collected during a year from 12 representative rivers from Chile. The work invited the viewer to interact trading or buying while reflecting on consumption, value, measurement, landscape and memory. The second is a Public Library called The Fruit of Books which is on going in the same market.