Sally Gutierrez is a visual artist based in Madrid (Spain). Her work is informed by different disciplines such as film, gender studies, urbanism, anthropolgy, poetry and literatura. She has developed her career both in Berlin (Germany) and New York (USA) where she lived for 11 years. Her works have been widely exhibited: Museo Nacional Reina Sofia, Madrid (Spain), Jeu de Paume, Paris (France), the Whitney Museum, Smack Melon and White Box Gallery, New York (USA). In 2008 she co-directed the film "Tapologo" focused on a squatter settlement in South Africa where a group of HIV-infected former sex-workers, created a network called Tapologo, transforming degradation into solidarity and squalor into hope.