Gaby López Dena works across social practice, visual art, and curation to address the relations between the built environment and its social dynamics.

In New York City, she is a Public Programs Manager at the Museum of Arts and Design, a Teaching Artist at the Swiss Institute, and is an active member of the Education Working Group at Interference Archive. Gaby was a fellow at the Vera List Center for Art and Politics at The New School and served as part-time faculty at Parsons School of Design, where she holds a master’s degree.

In Mexico City, Gaby founded DENA—a transdisciplinary practice to design and build spaces, develop films, and collaborate with other artists, mostly on architectural scale installations. 



Strategies for Survival
    • Strategies for Survival
    • Feminist Manifestos
Along Those Lines

    • Toei Oedo
    • The A
No News, Good News
Now, Life Is Living You

• The Politics of the Commons