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Elisa Gutiérrez Eriksen is a Mexican curator based in Brooklyn and an arts producer. Elisa is currently pursuing her graduate studies in art history at Hunter College. In her research, she focuses on decolonial practices, migration, ecology, and the intersections emerging from these overarching themes, with a particular focus on historically overlooked forms of knowledge and community. Elisa has served as Programs Manager and Curator at the New York Art Residency and Studios (NARS) Foundation, as Cultural Specialist for the UNESCO Field Office in Mexico, and as Head of Exhibitions of the nationwide Alas y Raices program at the Mexican Ministry of Culture, among others. As an independent curator, Elisa has curated several exhibitions, including Common Frequencies at BioBAT Art Space in Brooklyn, NY (2021), Subversive Kin: The Act of Turning Over at The Clemente Soto Velez Cultural Center, NY (2021), Que No Quede Huella at Home Gallery, NY (2022) and Tierras Rotas at op.cit. Mexico City (2023), to name a few. Elisa is also the founder of Common Frequencies, a multidisciplinary platform gathering artistic practices that intersect ancestral knowledge, sonic, environmental, and interspecies relations.

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