Galia Eibenschutz explores the limits between dance and drawing. Her work registers movements where dance techniques (body projection, spatial perception, etc.) become visual representations that juxtapose permanence and transience.    


Her latest exhibitions include: Tectonic Lines (2014); Three Circuits inside an Emotional Patio, Museo Experimental El Eco, Mexico City (2014); Penumbra Zone: Sequences in Architecture, Hospicio Cabañas, Guadalajara (2014); Studies of Space within Space and other Studies, Museo Tamayo, Mexico City (2014); Walk on cracked land, Center for Visual Communication in Wynwood, Miami (2013); Abstract Landscape, Museo Universitario del Chopo, Mexico City (2013); Penumbra Zone, Ex Teresa Arte Actual, Mexico City (2012); Vanishing Point, Laboratorio Arte Alameda, Mexico City (2010); Fossil Movements, Sala de Arte Publico Siqueiros, Mexico City (2009); Drawings, El Bodegon Arte Contemporaneo, Bogota (2007); Usage Instructions, Hellen Pitt Gallery, Vancouver (2001). 


Galia Eibenschutz has also collaborated for the projects: Joan Jonas’ Lines in the sand (2002) at CNA Mexico City (2002); Reading Dante at the Sidney Biennial and Yokohama Biennial (2009); and Spider Galaxy of Carlos Amorales at Performa-New York (2007). Her work has been exhibited in: Belgium, Bulgaria, USA, Canada, and France, and is part of private and public collections including the Jumex Collection-Foundation and Casa Wabi Foundation.  


Galia Eibenschutz (Mexico City, 1970) holds a B.F.A from UNAM (Escuela Nacional de Artes Plasticas, ENAP-UNAM; 1994), and studies in theater and dance from DasArts Amsterdam, Netherlands.