Cynthia Hooper’s videos, essays, and research-based projects examine and interpret infrastructural landscapes in the United States and Mexico. She has worked with complex water, power, urban, and agricultural landscape scenarios along the U.S./Mexico border and in California, Oregon, Arizona, and Ohio. Exhibitions and screenings include the Center for Land Use Interpretation in Los Angeles, the Museum of Modern Art in Mexico City, Centro Cultural Tijuana, Santa Fe Art Institute, Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil and MASS MoCA. Residencies and grants include Headlands Center for the Arts, Djerassi Resident Artists Program, the Graham Foundation and the Gunk Foundation. Cynthia is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley and the San Francisco Art Institute and currently lives in Eureka, California.