Priscilla Dobler is a visual artist who was born in Merida, Mexico. Her work explores the critical issues of her identity’s construction in a globalized society through her installations, sculptures, performances, film and fabric. Using her environmental surroundings, childhood memories, and collaborations with family members, she reconstructs objects that are symbolic representations of the different cultures that she identifies with. Functional objects are stripped down to their basic fundaments to reinterpret their meaning through new methods of construction. Themes addressed in her work are the tensions of personal struggle with alienation, borders, social inequality and juxtapositions within architectural spaces.