Gabriela Galvan (1974)

Her video pieces are read like short stories that involve everyday objects, materials and sounds. These are pieces that balance strong sculptural and narrative aspects within the constraints of video; creating small landscapes populated by grossly artificial textures and plastic toys which seem to be actors playing out some parody of the basic processes of life. 

Born in Mexico City where she studied art at the Centro Nacional de las Artes. She has exhibited her work at Museo Rufino Tamayo, Museo Carrillo Gil and MUCA-ROMA in Mexico City, La Fabrica in Madrid and the Mexican Cultural Institute in New York.