Gabriela Denise Frank is a Pushcart Prize-nominated writer of essays and fiction whose work explores identity, human biology, aging, nature, cities and technology.
Off the page, her installations and performances transform storytelling into experience. In 2014, she staged A Novel Performance, a month-long performance installation in Seattle’s Central Library. In 2015, she performed UGLY ME, a multi-media spoken word installation in the New Media Gallery at Jack Straw Cultural Center.
An alumna of Artist Trust’s EDGE Development program for literary artists, her work is supported by grants, residencies and fellowships from 4Culture, Jack Straw, Vermont Studio Center, Mineral School, the Civita Institute and Invoking the Pause. Gabriela holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Arizona.
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