Silvia Ines Gonzalez
Silvia Inés Gonzalez is a multidisciplinary artist and educator in Chicago who actively participates in spaces of critical dialogue, art-making, and community-building. Her visual and audio work are a ballad to nostalgia—the borderline between myth and memory. Silvia has curated and facilitated workshops that address structures of power, imagination, play, confinement, and freedom.
Her work has been exhibited at The National Museum of Mexican Art, Woman Made Gallery, Hyde Park Art Center, ACRE, and other local grassroots art spaces. She is a member of the Chicago ACT Collective, Multiuso, and the 96 ACRES Project. As an organizer for the group POC Artist Space, she connects artists of color from across Chicago to resources through meet-ups and development opportunities. She fiercely believes in the power of people, poetic intervention, and possibility.