Eden Bernal

Visual artist and filmmaker whose work explores tensions between the territory, violence, gender and identity. He is the author of Exile, Transmedia Project composed of a photobook, a documentary film and an exhibition that have been exhibited in Paris Photo, Aperture Foundation Gallery NY, Miami Photo Fest, Cosmos Arles Books, Fotomuseo 4 Roads, MTY Arts Center and the XIX World Congress Sociology. In 2018, Exile It was a finalist for the Photobook Award of Aperture Foundation, received the Photon Award at the 1st. Contemporary photography contest in Latin America and the Fund of Cinematographic Production of the Mexican Institute of Cinematography. In 2015, Eden was a member of the Fonca Coinversion Program with the Short Film Exceptions. In 2014 he participates as director of photography in the feature film Move a river, Project participates in festivals such as the 18th International Film Festival of Guanajuato and the 9th. Festival of memory, where he received an honorable mention. In 2013, he participates in the DocSDF challenge with the short film The belly button, and in 2011 and 2010 at the Film Festivals Santiago Álvarez and Docsdf with the short film Portrait in absence.; Project scholarship by the 2nd. Meeting of emerging filmmakers in 2009. The work of it has been included in publications such as The Photobook Review, the Universal and Arts of Mexico. Finally, Eden is a member of the National System of Art Creators since 2019, he has a bachelor's degree in communication for the UIA and is about to end a master's degree in Visual Arts by UNAM, where he investigates Transmedia projects.