Guillermina Buzio

Guillermina Buzio is a Toronto-based artist, and holds a BFA from the National University of Fine Arts P. Pueyrredón (Argentina), a Bachelor of Media Arts from the Emily Carr Institute of Art & Design, and an MFA from the OCAD University. As a visual artist she has worked in a diverse range of media, including video installation and performance. 

Her work focuses on human rights and women identity and has been shown nationally and internationally at Toronto’s A Space and Xspace Galleries and at the Images Festival; Centro Cultural Recoleta and Museo de Arte Moderno in Buenos Aires and Bogotá; among others.

During the past few years, Guillermina has been programming for different festivals and venues including: The Museum of Modern Art in Buenos Aires, BIM (Bienal de Arte en Movimiento), Inside Out LGBT Festival, New Toronto Works, The Experimental Media Congress, and the Planet in Focus Environmental Film and Video Festival in Toronto, among others. Guillermina co-directs Colectivo Toronto, curated Mobile Perspectives a symposium, exhibition and workshops organized by OCADU and Fundacion Telefonica (Argentina). She sits on the board of the Images Festival. Guillermina teaches Intro to Video Editing at Continuing Studies at OCADU and video workshops at Inside Out and in Latin America among others.

Artist Code: 549



2016, 03:00 minutes, colour, Spanish (no dialogue)

Boundaries (Installation)

2015, 11:00 minutes, colour, No language

Performing Borders (Installation/Performance)

2010, 10:00 minutes, colour, English

the process of making consistent

2009, 05:55 minutes, colour, English, closed captions

The Burning House (Installation)

2008, 15:37 minutes, colour, Spanish/English


2007, 02:37 minutes, colour, English


2007, 05:45 minutes, colour, Spanish with English Subtitles


2006, 03:00 minutes, colour, English

2006, 04:00 minutes, colour, Spanish w/ English Subtitles

Through Your Eyes

2002, 09:00 minutes, colour, Spanish with English Subtitles


2002, 07:00 minutes, colour, No language

Critical Writing

Curatorial Incubator v. 16: Living in Hope
by Lisa Steele. Toronto: Vtape, 2021.