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Gabriela Golder

This interview took place during aluCine Festival 2008 in Toronto, Canada



aluCine is the premiere showcase of cutting-edge Latin Short Film and Video. aluCine includes and international showcase to promote critical dialogue between Latin and non-Latin artists. aluCine's festival round-table disscussion, workshops and artists talks are designed to examine diverse theoretical, philosophical and technical perspectives on visual representation.

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Visual artist, independent curator and professor of Video and New Technologies at several universities in Argentina and abroad, she was artist in residence at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada; the CICV, France; the Kunsthochschule für Medien, Germany; the SchlossBalmoral, Germany and the Wexner Center for the Arts, United States. Her works has been exhibited at well-known places of international prestige such as the Habana Biennial

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