María Sánchez is a designer, educator, filmmaker, and multimedia artist. Her work is an investigation based on the process of transmitting both the presence and absence of a body through technological devices and natural materials. She creates narratives about self, place, belonging, and transformation in conjunction with critical theory of design, art, video art, and film. Using multiple mediums such as digital video, performance, and installation, she is able to question the semiotics of our bodies, whether on the base of our identity, gender, ethnicity or spirituality.
Sánchez has a Graphic Design BFA from Maryland Institute College of Art. She was Adjunct Faculty in the Graphic Design department at MICA in 2023. She has experience working with art directors, musicians, educators, fashion designers, curators and magazine editors. Sánchez has curated and exhibited her personal projects in multiple galleries in Baltimore, MD.    
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