Gabriel Barcia-Colombo

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Gabriel Barcia-Colombo is an American video artist, best known for creating living video installation pieces of "miniature people" encased inside ordinary objects such as suitcases and blenders.[1]

He attended the USC School of Cinema-Television and is currently a Professor of Media Arts at New York University.[2] In 2008, he was awarded the NYFA grant for video.[3] In 2012, he was made a TED fellow.[4] In 2016 Gabriel created The Hereafter Institute which premiered at the Los_Angeles_County_Museum_of_Art[5] as part of the Art and Technology Lab.

Gabriel is the grandson of Spanish poet and writer José_Rubia_Barcia[6]


  1. ^ "Interactive new media artist Gabriel Barcia-Colombo takes on television's digital takeover" [1]
  2. ^ Professor of Media Arts [2] at New York University
  3. ^ NYFA video fellow
  4. ^ TED fellow. [3]
  5. ^ About the Hereafter Institute
  6. ^ "The Afterlife Will Be Digitized" [4]

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