Yolanda Ceballos

– Casa Wabi 2019

Community Project

Una, tres y más Sillas – Primaria “Miguel Hidalgo”, Hidalgo
I was interested in locating repetitive moments that are enjoyed in everyday life with Ita, Dulce, Montse, Carmen and Ariel, so during the next five days after our first session where we talked about our future tastes and ambitions, we developed a logbook / diary With all the actions we carry out.
With this exercise we discovered that spending time in the hammock watching the movement of a tree, reflecting the light that enters a room against a disk, watching the sunrise / sunset from the same window, traveling the same path from one place to another, and listening to music in the same place, were the moments where everyone was given the opportunity to reflect on the past events that have taken them to the precise place where they are.
We work passing the moment to a drawing, each one decided which was the best way, developing a new language and way of registering a memory.


  • Sin Título (2019) Cinco piezas de yeso y alambre de 20 x 30 cm

Sin Título (2019)
Cinco piezas de yeso y alambre de 20 x 30 cm


Lives and works in Glasgow, Scotland.

Yolanda Ceballos (Monterrey, 1985) Currently studying Master of Fine Arts at Glasgow School of Art. Studied Architecture at the Technological Institute of Monterrey (ITESM). She worked with the architects Mauricio Rocha in Mexico City and with Agustín Landa in Monterrey. Currently a beneficiary of the System for National Creators of Art (SNCA) in sculpture. Received the FONCA Program for Young Creators 2018 – 2019 in sculpture. In 2013 and 2017 she received the PECDA fellowship in Nuevo León, for young creators. Participated in the 5th edition of the Bancomer MACG program. She is currently exhibiting her solo show change of state (Galeria Pequod Co., 2022). Her last solo show was Cinco de Septiembre de Dos mil Dieciseis (Galeria Hilario Galguera,
2019). She has participated in several national exhibitions like: Modos de ver, (Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City, 2018); La nueva onda del silencio (El cuarto de máquinas, Mexico City, 2017); XII Bienal FEMSA, Poéticas del decrecimiento, ¿Cómo vivir mejor con menos? and Arte Emergente, Bienal Nacional de Monterrey (CONARTE, Monterrey, 2016, 2015).
This site is registered on wpml.org as a development site.