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Fabiola Carranza





Fabiola Carranza is an artist, educator and Ph.D. candidate in Art Practice at the University of California San Diego. She/they is an affiliate of the Critical Gender Studies Program, a Katzin Fellow, and a Black Studies Project Awardee. Carranza’s artwork has been exhibited in Canada, México, Costa Rica and the U.S. Her/their writing has appeared in Canadian Art, Public Parking, Charcuterie, C Magazine, PubLab and The Capilano Review. Carranza’s play, The Mexican Husband (2019), was published by Blank Cheque Press and has been staged as a reading-event at the 3rd Kamias Triennial in the Philippines (2020), at Artspeak in Vancouver (2019), at Deslave in Tijuana (2018) and Vinegar Contemporary in Birmingham, Alabama (2022). Carranza’s dissertation focuses on the art and life of Felicia Montealegre.