Amanda Gutiérrez (MX, *1978) is a Chicago-based artist from Mexico who focuses on the concepts of memory, home and urban landscapes in the context of the social, political and personal effects of migratory displacement. Her narrative techniques shift between formal strategies of documentation, oral recreation and fictional elements. She uses photography, video and sound to create an ambiguous assemblage of remembered stories. Gutiérrez already was part of several stipend programmes worldwide like the FONCA programme at the Banff Centre of the Arts in Alberta (CA) in 2009, the Taipei Artist Village in Taipei (TW) in 2009 and the Centre for Art and Media Karlsruhe (DE) in 2002. She presented her artwork in several venues such as The Windor Gallery in Madrid, Spain, Askeaton Contemporary Arts in Ireland, The Silver Cloud Gallery in London, UK, One Year Gallery in Taipei, Taiwan, and Khiasma Space in Paris, France, among others.