Nicolás Pereda invited us to watch his short film El Palacio (The Palace) in preparation to our coming Film & Collectivity workshop, to be held on May 23-27.
In our digitized and mediated world, this workshop will target the sounds of the human voice as the prime source material for creative play. Inexorably linked with communication, voice is an instrument of tremendous subtlety, power, and universality – and readily available to record, manipulate, and emanate or broadcast.
Gerardo Montiel Klint is one of the most important photographers in Mexico. His work is part of museums and collections all over the world. Montiel Klint designed an immersive experience for our ICE series, called Photography & Sound. Participants will explore synesthesia as part of the photo creative process. Sign up now to this workshop […]
Ximena Berecochea Visual artist Ximena Berecochea is a photo-based artist Who simultaneously has developed an academic career in the field of literature. Besides her degree in Photography, she holds a Ph.D. in Latin American Literature from the University of Toronto, and she currently teaches at York University. She has shown her work in solo and […]
Fernando Montiel Klint studied photography at Escuela Activa de Fotografía and Centro de la Imagen in Mexico City. His work is part of collections such as the Guangdong Alt Museum in China; Kenyérgyár Siofok 320, in Hungary•, Museum of photographic arts SD MOPA, in the U.S.A; Museum of Contemporary Alt, in Chile;
A multicultural visual artist, she divides her time between Minneapolis and Mexico City. Her work addresses issues of the body, identity, and landscape.
Pia Elizondo is a Mexican-French artist photographer. She holds a master’s degree from the École Nationale Supérieure de Photographie, Arles (2012).
Laura Barrón is a photo and video-based artist and arts educator. She holds an MFA in visual arts from York University and a BFA in visual arts from the National School
of Plastic Arts (ENAP-UNAM) in Mexico.