(Brest, Poland, 1929 – Paris, France, 1999): Visual artist and educator. Known for the iconoclastic and appropriationist works she developed in the sixties in Argentina. Lea Lublin oriented her work toward establishing a methodology for reading images based on perceptual and participatory parameters related to her exhibition artifacts. While understanding the museum as a training device, Lublin established clear critical positions regarding culture’s hidden mechanisms (communication systems, social classes, history’s mythical narratives, sexuality and its roles), as well as the bourgeois and social establishment, always from an experiential approach, conveying an active reflection with the public. Until 1972, several of her projects were articulated between Paris, Buenos Aires and Santiago de Chile, production and circulation networks that were decisive in shaping the meaning of her works, which in her artistic maturity were linked to an exploration of the status of representation and Western culture through technological devices.