Alejandro Cesarco

He was born in Montevideo (Uruguay), in 1975. He lives and works in New York.
He has exhibited in Latin America, the United States, and Europe. Among his latest individual exhibition, some highlights are Two Films, Murray Guy, New York, 2009; 3 Works, Tanya Leighton, Berlin, 2009: Now & Then, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Vancouver, 2009; Once Within A Room, New Langston Arts, San Francisco, 2008; Retrospective, in collaboration with John Balderdash, Murray Guy, 2007; and Marguerite Duras’ India Song, Art in General, New York, 2006.

He also works as an editor and a curator. He has curated exhibitions in Argentina, the United States, and Uruguay, and a recent project for the 6th Biennial of the Mercosur in Porto Alegre, 2007. He is the editor of Between Artists, a series of books based on conversations between artists.

Ana Katz

Ana Katz was born in Buenos Aires in 1975. She studied at the University of Cinema, where she currently works as professor of Cinematographic Direction.
In 2002 she finished her first full length feature, El juego de la silla (The chair game), of which she was director, screenwriter, and actress. The film was recognized at the international film festivals of San Sebastián, Wurzburg, Lérida, Peñíscola and Toulouse, and by the Casa de América (Madrid).
The movie was then turned into a theater piece and was awarded by the San Martín Theater.
Katz also directed various shorts that were projected in a number of national and international festivals, and participated as an actress in the film Whisky, directed by the Uruguayans Pablo Stoll and Juan Pablo Rebella.
She is currently working on the cinema project Bienestar (Wellbeing) and the theatrical work Lucro cesante (Sacked wealth).

Jorge Méndez Blake 

He was born in Guadalajara (Mexico) in 1974. Lives and works in Guadalajara.
In Mexico, exhibited in the Museo de Arte Moderno, Museo Tamayo, Museo Carrillo Gil, Museo Nacional de Arte, Fundación JUMEX, Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros, Museo MARCO and Museo Cabañas, among other spaces. In an international level, exhibited at the Maison Rouge, Museo Mac/Val and the Instituto de Mexico in Paris; the Zacheta National Gallery in Varsovia; Casa Encendida in Madrid; Instituto Paranaense de Arte in Curitiba, among other spaces. Conducted artistic residences in Spain, England, Italy and United States. His work intertwines literature and architecture to reflect on fiction, history, the constructed context, landscape and design. Explores the uses and shapes of the "Library", in its architectural construction and in the organization of knowledge. Other works investigating libraries include La biblioteca de la exploración, La biblioteca del paisaje, La biblioteca Muro and La biblioteca Romeo y Julieta.