Daniela G. Maldonado
Daniela is a Mexican Lens Based Artist living and working in NYC. She has a B.A. in Graphic Design. In 2019 she graduated from New Media Narratives at the International Center of Photography, honing her style as an artist. In 2012 and 2011 she completed Contemporary Art and Photography programs in Monterrey, Mexico.
Her work explores image as a medium for construction of identities and relationships. She is intrigued by the dissonance between intimacy and the outside world, as well as the passage of time. Through her work she takes on specific events that shape her environment by paying special attention to politics, pop culture, and technology. She utilizes photography, video, audio and installation.
Her project Her was developed during 2017, supported by PECDA for Creators with Trajectory. In 2013 she won first place in the "Mexico Contemporary Photography Contest" for Fracture. She has obtained honorific mentions in Centro ADM Portfolio Festival and in Bienal Artemergente. Participations in collective exhibits includes ICP School, Rita K. Hillman Gallery, Fotomuseo 4 Caminos in Mexico City and Fototeca Centro de las Artes in Monterrey. She participated in "Proyecciones con Norte Zuluz", held in Laboratorio de Arte Alameda organized by "Centro de la Imagen”.