Itzayana Gutierez enjoys working at the intersection of visual culture, history, and graphic design. She is a PhD candidate at the Communication Studies program at McGill University in Montreal, Canada. There she collaborates with the Queer Print Club and Interrobang Transdesign. As part of her design research she has drawn and self published many reprints of The gap, a manga essay based in Hannah Arendt’s notions of temporality. Currently she is archivist and curator in residence of Cabaret Commons, where she is creating the archive of Le Boudoir (1994-2016), an annual queer lesbian performance festival in Montreal. Before arriving to Montreal, Itzayana lived in Mexico City, where she was part of the crew of "Return Voyage: The China Galleon and the Baroque in Mexico, 1565-1815"/ "Tornaviaje: La nao de China y el Barroco en Mexico, 1565-1815" at Barroco Museo Internacional (BMI) and worked in other museums. She did her Master's in Art History at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), and a BA in Cultural History at Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos (UAEM).
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