Independent curator and writer Rosina Cazali studied art at the University of San Carlos in Guatemala. She is the founder of the project La Curandería, was Director of the Cultural Center of Spain in Guatemala from 2003 to 2007, curator of international biennials and exhibitions throughout Latin America, the United States, and Spain. She has participated as a speaker in theoretical conferences convened by dOCUMENTA 12, held in Cairo, Egypt; the Royal College of Art, London; and Independent Curators International at the New Museum of Art, New York, among others. In 2011, she was invited by Mexico’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MUAC) to curate one of the central exhibitions commemorating the Bicentennial of Independence, entitled Móvil, by the Guatemalan artist Regina José Galindo. In 2014, she coordinated the symposium The Day We Became Contemporary, held at the Museum of Contemporary Art and Design (MADC) in San José, Costa Rica. In 2010, she received a John Simon Guggenheim scholarship for research. In 2014, she was honored with the Prince Claus Award for her career as a curator and writer. She was a columnist for the newspaper El Periódico and essayist for the cultural supplement El Acordeón. In 2016, the Lay Project was formed. In 2017, with Anabella Acevedo, she earned a Research Fellowship from the Júmex Foundation, Mexico.