Publications

Publications | Presentations | Screenings | Exhibitions | Print Design

2016

Aceves Sepulveda, Gabriela, and Sarah Shamash. “Feminizing Oswald De Andrade’s Manifesto Antropófago and Vasconcelo’s Raza Cosmica : The Videos of Sonia Andrade and Pola Weiss.” Media-N The Journal of the New Media Caucus 12, no. 1 (Spring 2016). [ Peered Reviewed Journal Article]

Aceves Sepúlveda, Gabriela. Remediating Mamá Pina’s Cookbook, Computer Art Congress CAC.5, October 26-28, 2016 in MSH Paris Nord. [Artistic Presentation]

Aceves Sepúlveda, Gabriela. “Transferring female reproductive labor and ephemeral and domestic forms of writing into the Archive: Remediating Mamá Pina’s Cookbook” in Digital Art: Archiving and Questioning Immateriality. Computer Art Congress CAC.5 proceedings (Europia, 2016) [Conference Proceedings]

Shamash, Sarah; Ramírez Oswaldo; Aceves Sepúlveda, Gabriela. Screening of “Acá Nada / Acá Elsewhere” in Vancouver Latin American Film Festival, (VLAFF), screening of “Acá Nada / Acá Elsewhere”, Saturday September 3, 2016, The Cinemateque, Vancouver. [Film Screening]

Aceves Sepulveda, Gabriela; DiPaola, Steve; Santos Alessandra; Shamash Sarah. Screening of “The Real, the I and the We” in Anthology of Unknowingly Yours!, part of the art-research project “‘WE’, a शब्द/ شبد (śabd),” an art-research curated by Rajarashi Sengupta and Baishali. Korean Cultural Centre, New Delhi, India. [Video Screening]

Aceves Sepulveda, Gabriela; DiPaola, Steve; Santos Alessandra; Shamash Sarah. Screening and live perfromance of “The Real, the I and the We” in  ThirstDays #3, curated by Denise Rayner and Tonel.  VIVO Media Arts, Vancouver, B.C. [ Video screening and live performance]

Aceves Sepulveda, Gabriela; Screening of “Escribiendome” in  ThirstDays #3, curated by Denise Rayner and Tonel.  VIVO Media Arts, Vancouver, B.C.
[Video screening]

Shamash, Sarah; Ramírez Oswaldo; Aceves Sepúlveda, Gabriela. Screening of “Acá Nada / Acá Elsewhere” in Vancouver Latin American Film Festival, (VLAFF), in ThirstDays #3, curated by Denise Rayner and Tonel.  VIVO Media Arts, Vancouver, B.C [Film Screening]

Aceves Sepúlveda Gabriela. “El Corno Emplumado/The Plumed Horn: “A world within a world”, Mexico City 1962-1969 in Jadwiga E. Pieper Mooney and Tamara Chaplin, The Global Sixties (Routledge, 2016). [Peered Reviewed Book Chapter Forthcoming]

Aceves Sepúlveda, Gabriela. ” The Utopian Impulse in the Videos of Pola Weiss”  in Alessandra Santos and Kim Beauchesne (ed) Performing Utopias in Contemporary Americas (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016). [ Peer Reviewed Book Chapter Forthcoming]

Aceves Sepúlveda, Gabriela. Design and Layout of ” A New (Anti) Manifesto for the Americas. Version 2015. Re-written and edited by La Pocha Nostra members Guillermo Gómez-Peña, Saul García López, and Michèle Ceballos Michot in ” in Alessandra Santos and Kim Beauchesne (ed) Performing Utopias in Contemporary Americas (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016). [Print Design]

Aceves Sepúlveda, Gabriela. “¡Estamos Hartas!: Mexican Feminist Protests and the Meanings of Political Solidarity in Three Acts, 1971-1979” in Jessica Stites-Mor and Maria del Carmen Suescun Pozas (ed) The Art of Solidarity: Visual Poetics of Empathy. [Book Chapter Forthcoming]

Aceves Sepúlveda Gabriela. “Forging Transnational Networks Across the Americas: El Corno Emplumado/The Plumed Horn, 1962-1969” in Visual Culture and the Printed Image at LASA 2016 Congress, May 27 – 3,  New York, New York. [Paper Presentation]

Aceves Sepúlveda Gabriela. “Political Filmmaking and Activism in 1970s Mexico: Rosa Martha Fernández, Cooperativa de Cine Marginal and Colectivo Cine Mujer” in Hybrid Forms of Media Art and Activism across the Americas I at CALACS 2016, Hybrid Communities, Societies, Subjectivities and Spaces, University of Calgary 1-3, June 2016. [Paper Presentation]

Aceves Sepúlveda Gabriela.“Visualizing alternative cartographies of artistic exchange during the Global Sixties:
El Corno Emplumado/ The Plumed Horn, Mexico City 1962-1969” in Visualizing Global Networks at Global Art Challenges 2016, University of Barcelona and Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA), Barcelona, April 27 – 29, 2016. [Paper Presentation]

Fresh Talk: Gabriela Aceves Sepúlveda Skype Talk with Spanish art duo Laramascoto (Santiago Lara + Beatriz Coto). Spanish Language with English at the New Media Gallery at New West Minister. Sunday, May 22, 2016. [Public Talk]

2015
Aceves Sepúlveda Gabriela.
“Imagining the Cyborg in Náhuatl: Reading the videos of Pola Weiss through Haraway’s Manifesto for Cyborgs” in Platform: Journal of Media and Communication, Volume 6.2 (2015): 46–60. [Peered Reviewed Journal Article]

Aceves Sepúlveda, Gabriela. “Remediating Mama Pina’s Cookbook” in Archive Week, “Artists in the Archives panel discussion”, The Western Front Gallery, Vancouver, November 26, 2015. [Artist Talk]

Aceves Sepúleda Gabriela.” Remediating Mama Pina’s Cookbook in Archive Week,” Grunt Gallery, Vancouver, November 22-28, 2015. [Video Screening]

Aceves Sepúlveda Gabriela. “Activism and Archival Practice: Tracing the feminist militancy of Ana Victoria Jiménez, Mexico 1964-2010” in 2015 Raging Activism Symposium at the Center for Aging and Society, Trent University, October 16-17, 2015, Peterborough, Ontario. [Paper Presentation]

Aceves Sepúlveda, Gabriela. “Remediating Mamá Pina’s Cookbook” in Ethnographic Terminalia Workshop Terminus: Archives, Ephemera, and Electronic Art in ISEA 2015, VIVO Media Arts, August 15th, 2015, Vancouver, BC. [Paper Presentation]

Aceves Sepúlveda, Gabriela. “The Utopian Impulse in the Videos of Pola Weiss (México, 1977-1990)” in 6th Latin America Research Group Workshop, University of Victoria, March 14, 2015.  [Paper Presentation]

Aceves Sepúlveda, Gabriela. “Tracing the development of video art from Mexico: The televisual performances of Pola Weiss” in Global Video: Histories and Practices Panel at CAA 103rd Annual Conference, New York, February 11–14, 2015. [Paper Presentation]

Hennessy, Kate, Schiphorst, Thecla, and Aceves-Sepúlveda Gabriela. ” Generations, Generative Artworks from the faculty of the School of Interactive Arts and Technology”, SFU Woodwards, September- October, 2015.  [Co-curation]

Ethnographic Terminalia Curatorial Collective (Craig Campbell, Kate Henessy, Fiona P. McDonald, Trudi Lynn Smith, Stephanie Takaragwa) Tarah Hogue and Gabriela Aceves Sepúlveda.” Terminus: Archives, Ephemera and Electronic Art”, Grunt Gallery, 2015. [ Print Design]