Terence Gower works primarily with strategies of representation in modernist architecture, with a special focus on Mexican modernism. He has exhibited his installations and videos in museums, galleries, and public sites in Europe, Latin America, the U.S., and Canada. A monograph on his work, Ciudad Moderna, was recently published by A&R/Editorial Turner, Mexico City. Gower lives and works in New York and Mexico City.
Ana Elena Mallet is a self-described independent cultural agent, passing from one discipline to the other, hybridizing contemporary art and popular culture. Examples of her unique practice are the exhibitions Boutique, Museo Carrillo Gil, Mexico City, and ¡Mexico, Mexico! atMusée International des Arts Modestes, Sete, France. Mallet writes for several Mexican and international cultural magazines such as Luna Cornea, Artnexus (Colombia) and Número (Brasil). She was co-curator of Farsites: Urban Crisis, Domestic Symptoms in Contemporary Art as part of Insite 2006, San Diego/ Tijuana; Import Export: Change and Exchange, and Reinventing a Modern Mexico: Clara Porset´s Design, both at the Franz Mayer Museum, Mexico City.