This is a collection of selected work and publications. My current CV is available for download here.
PhD in History, University of British Columbia, Canada.
MA in Art History, University of British Columbia, Canada.
MFA in Fine Arts, York University, Canada.
BA in Graphic Design, Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara, Mexico.
I teach undergraduate courses and graduate seminars on video production, visual communication, interactive art, media theory, media art history, and science, technology and society studies.
Aceves Sepúlveda, Gabriela. Women Made Visible: Feminist Art and Media in Post-1968 Mexico (University of Nebraska, 2019).
Aceves Sepúlveda, G. (2019) “Recurring Objects Recurring Objects: Heirlooms, trinkets, or otherwise…” In Mapping Meaning, The Journal. Special Issue on “Archives and Photography” edited by Nat Castañeda, Karina Aguilera Skvirsky and Trudi Lynn Smith (Issue 3), 100-106. Available at http://www.mappingmeaning.org/
Aceves Sepúlveda, Gabriela. “[Re] Activating Mamá Pina’s Cookbook” digital project and artist statement. In Feminist Media Histories Journal special issue on Data edited by Miriam Posner and Lauren Klein (Summer 2017, vol. 3, no. 3).
Aceves Sepúlveda, Gabriela, and Aslizadeh, M. (2018) “Alternative Beginnings: Towards other Histories of Immersive Arts and Technologies” In Media-N, The Journal of the New Media Caucus (14), 1, 1-10.
Aceves Sepúlveda Gabriela. “Artists’ Networks in the 1960s. The Case of El Corno Emplumado/the Plumed Horn (Mexico City, 1962-1969).” In The Global Sixities: Convention, Contest, Counterculture, edited by Jadwiga Pieper Mooney and Tamara Chaplin, (New York: Routledge, 2017), 196-216.
Aceves Sepúlveda Gabriela. (2015). “Imagining the Cyborg in Náhuatl: Reading the videos of Pola Weiss through Haraway’s Manifesto for Cyborgs.” In Platform: Journal of Media and Communication 6.2, 46–60.