Born     Mexico City, Mexico, 1987

Lives     Oregon, United States


Julieta Gil (b.1987) is a Mexican artist whose work explores relationships between space, memory and materiality through diverse forms of media. Her recent interest is focused on documenting sites where imposed narratives are confronted with collective forms of telling and remembering.


Understanding technology as an extension of her creative process, Gil explores ways to make meaning through it. Her work originates from routine walks, thoroughly observing and documenting her surroundings. Gil’s most often used record-keeping system consists of a photogrammetric scanning procedure, traditionally used to create 3D models as simulations of physical objects. During this process, she devises methodologies that register and catalog her bodily interaction with these objects, and reconfigures and materializes them into works that exist as mediums of archives and memories.


In 2020, Gil 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. Gil 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 has been a lecturer for UCLA´s Media Arts program and Art & Tech Visiting Professor within the Department of Art at the University of Oregon. Her work is part of the Victoria and Albert Museum collection.