This film is co-directed by Dalia Huerta Cano and Gilberto Esparza.
Dalia Huerta Cano. Born in 1978, Guadalajara, México.
Filmmaker based in Mexico City.
Bachelor on Communication Studies, some workshops, seminars and a diplomat about film and video in Mexico, Holland, Cuba and Germany. She worked 4 years as a video journalist and then independently directing and mostly making cinematography of independent documentaries. In 2007 and 2010 she got the economic stimulus program for artistic creators on film and video category. Now she makes cinematography, documentaries and registers works of several artists and museums. She has directed 3 short films that have been shown, selected and awarded on international film festivals in Mexico, United States, Chile, Colombia, Argentina, Portugal, Finland, Germany, Spain, France, Scotland and Australia.
Gilberto Esparza. Born 1975, Aguascalientes, México
Artist based in Mexico City and San Miguel de Allende.
BFA by the University of Guanajuato and MFA by the Politecnic University in Valencia, Spain.
He has been supported by the National Foundation for the Arts in Mexico for the development and research of New Media Projects. He has been artist in residence in the New Media Research Center in Mexico City, and Noordkaap, project space in the city of Dordrecht. Holland.
His work involves the use of electronic media and robotics in order to question the impact of technology embedded in everyday life. His work is an inquiry upon the effects of technology on social relations and economic phenomena as well as their impact on the environment and the urban structure. His recent work is linked to an ongoing research process into alternative types of energy. His practice employs the recycling of consumer technology and a path that treads between the analog and digital.
Esparza directed experimental electronics workshops Telefonica Foundation (VIDA 10) in Peru, Argentina, Chile and Mexico. Recently he was awarded with the second prize VIDA 13.0 of Telefonica Foundation in Spain, and third edition of Mentes QUO+Discovery, in Mexico for the project Nomadic Plants.
His work has been exhibited in Mexico, United States, Colombia, Spain, Brazil, Bolivia, Ecuador, Canada, Slovenia, Holland and Belgium.