Gabrielle is an artist and educator from New Orleans, frequenting Nicaragua & Mexico.  Her work explores  identity in forms of documenting and archiving narratives through outdated processes to construct a reality that bridges together Latin America with New Orleans.  She studies ways in which image and memory  are used to communicate in political landscapes. Specifically questioning motives of U.S. intervention in Latin American bodies and spaces, she looks to build relationships that interrogate our relationships with the places we come from and inhabit. In her ethnographic research, she has began to create conversations that study the body in landscapes of repression, and how images makes visible moments of violence, migration, and memory. To substitute the memory of a place can be a reflection of the political and historical constructs of the region or a fertile gesture where nostalgia flourishes.​ 

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