Laureana Toledo born in Ixtepec, Oaxaca, Mexico in 1970. Lives and works in Mexico City. She has presented exhibitions and colaborative projects at Museum of Modern Art and Museo Anahuacalli in Mexico City, Eastside Projects in Birmingham, The Louisiana Museum in Denmark, RedCat in Los Angeles and the Whitechapel Art Gallery in London among many others. She has been recipient of an ISCP residency in New York in 2004, and Gasworks in London in 2009. She has also worked as an editor, teacher and independent curator in Mexico and abroad since 1996. She is the co-founder of SOMA, artist space in Mexico City. She is a member of the Sistema Nacional de Creadores Grant in Mexico. With a background in photography, Laureana Toledo’s practice has developed to incorporate various media, chosen in relation to a specific concept or theme of the work. Laureana is inspired by the imperceptible or transient moments of the everyday, speculating on how such phenomena can gain new forms of visual presentation. Her work often involves systematic and repetitive interventions into different media (texts, books, photographs, painitngs, etc.) to re-code their existing narratives. Laureana also takes this approach into her exploration of the history of rock music, one of her passions.