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Puig Domene, Iván

Dirección. GUADALAJARA, MEXICO, 1977

He is a technician in Electronics by the Escuela Tecnológica de Occidente and he graduated from a B.A. in Plastic Arts at the University of Guanajuato, where he was an exchange student at the Laval University, in Canada, and at the Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (UPV), in Spain. He has received scholarships from the Cisneros Fontanals Art Foundation in the United States; from the Young Creators scholarship granted by the Mexican National Fund for Culture and Arts (FONCA); from the BBVA Bancomer Foundation; from the support program for the production and research of art and media at the Mulitmedia Center at CENART; from the Co-investment program at FONCA; from the FECA Guanajuato; and from the Mexican Film Institute (IMCINE). In 1998, his short animated film Incestarum won the Opera Prima Award and a nomination for Best Animation at the Guanuajuto International Film Festival (GIFF). In 2015 his short film Cåsucka, part of the Official Selection of the 14th Morelia International Film Festival (FICM), co-directed with Dalia Huerta, won the post-production award “Región Occidente”, granted by IMCINE. His work has been shown in national venues such as the Alameda Art Lab, the MUNAL National Art Museum and the Carrillo Gil Art Museum. Internationally, he has participated in the Electronic Art Video Festival, in Brazil; Le Lieu, in Quebec; Arts Catalyst, in London; W139, in Amsterdam; and the Apexart galley, in New York, among others. Together with Marcela Armas and Gilberto Esparza, he is part of the collective TRiodO.