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Andrea Ancira García

(Mexico City, 1984) Editor and curator. Her research is situated at the crossroads of archival practice, editing and translation as devices to probe memory, identity and the power structures that underpin historical narratives. Curator of the exhibitions Estallar las Apariencias at Centro de la Imagen, CDMX (2018), Réplicas: Apuntes sobre una historia material at Ex Teresa Arte Actual, CDMX (2018), Éclater les Apparances at Villa Vassilieff, Paris (2019), Escucharnos Decir at Atrio de San Francisco, CDMX (2020), Disorienting Plans at Aronson Gallery, New York (2022) and Take-Away Archives at Interference Archive, New York (2023). As writer or researcher, she has collaborated with institutions such as Museo Universitario del Chopo, Museo Universitario de Arte Contemporáneo, Casco Art Institute, SOMA, The New School, La Escuela, Beta-Local, Pagoda Imaginaria, South as a State of Mind, CAC Brétigny, Kunstlicht, and K-Verlag. Co-creator of tumbalacasa ediciones. She is currently a fellow of Jumex Contemporary Art Foundation and is a PhD candidate at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna.