Galia Eibenschutz is a performance artist, dancer, and choreographer. She studied ballet and contemporary dance in Mexico City. She has a BA in visual art from the Universidad Nacional de México (UNAM). In 2001, she began her postgraduate studies at Das Artes in Amsterdam (NL). The core of her work has been dedicated to researching drawing techniques, movement, and performance art, focusing on the relationship between architectural spaces and the human body. Some of her latest works are Paisaje abstracto, staged at the Caja Negra, CNA; Zona de penumbra (2012) Ex Teresa Arte Actual; Dibujos Kinethic (2011), Rubin Art Center, UTEP (El Paso, Texas); Punto de Fuga (2010), Laboratorio Arte Alameda; and Movimientos fósiles (2009), Sala de Arte Público Siqueiros, among many others. As a dancer, she has collaborated in some projects by visual artist Carlos Amorales, such as Araña Galaxy in PERFORMA, New York City (2007); Mujer lobo (2006) at the Chicago Contemporary Art Museum, at Miami Art Basel, and at the Museo de Arte Moderno, in Mexico City; and Una imagen mental (2011) at the VII SITAC. She also collaborated with the American artist Joan Jonas in Líneas en la arena (2002) staged at the CNA in Mexico City; and La ciudad y la lectura de Dante (2009) at the Sidney Biennial and the Yokohama Biennial. She has also collaborated with the performance group My barbarian and with the Mitrovica Contemporary Dance Company in Mexico. Eibenschutz collaborated with inSite/Casa Gallina discussing Cadu’s project when it was first presented.