Julieta Gil (she/her) is a Mexican artist currently based in Oregon. Her practice engages with new media, archives, fiction, and memory.
Julieta’s creative research centres around explorations into her own relationship with public space.
In 2020, she received the Lumen Prize for Art and Technology for her project “Nuestra Victoria”, envisioned as a response to government censorship around a prominent Mexico City monument, which served as a site of protest and intervention by feminist groups.
She has exhibited at Nevada Museum of Art, Palm Spring Art Museum, SCAD Museum of Art, Storefront for Art and Architecture, Museo Tamayo, Laboratorio de arte Alameda, Centro de Cultura Digital, among other institutions. She is currently Art & Tech Visiting Assistant Professor within the Department of Art at the University of Oregon.
Julieta is a selected fellow for our Unseen Futures Fellowship.