Gabrielle Garcia Steib
Gabrielle works in archives and moving image. Born in New Orleans and frequenting Nicaragua, and Mexico, her work explores narratives through outdated processes that connect Latin America with the Deep South. She is interested in ways in which collective memory and images are used to communicate in political landscapes. Her work has been exhibited at the CAC and NOMA in New Orleans, and Museo de la Ciudad and Los 14 in Mexico City. Gabrielle received a B.A. in English and Digital Media at Loyola University of New Orleans. She has participated in residencies at Antenna, Salzburg Global, and Joan Mitchell Center. Her short films “The Past is a Foreign Country” and “Landscape Fever” were official selections of the 2020 New Orleans Film Festival.