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Fabiola Carranza [she/they] is a visual artist, writer and educator working on a practice-based PhD at the University of California San Diego. She/they trained as a media artist in Canada and grew up in Costa Rica. Carranza’s interdisciplinary work offers entry points to the consideration of complex cultural phenomena. Through textuality, photography, experimental video and weaving, Carranza brings together issues that arise from the historical and cultural specificities of her/their source material. Carranza’s artwork has been exhibited in Canada, México, Costa Rica and the U.S. Her/their play The Mexican Husband was published by Blank Cheque Press in 2019 and has been staged as a reading event in Tijuana, Manila, Birmingham (AL) and Vancouver. Carranza’s art writing has appeared in Canadian Art, Public Parking, Charcuterie, C Magazine, PubLab and The Capilano Review. She/they gained a BFA from Emily Carr University and an MFA from the University of British Columbia. While in Skagaströnd, Carranza will work on her/their dissertation taking breaks to draw, watch birds and soak in the thermal depths of this island’s waters.  


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