Angy Abbruzzese (Caracas, 1988) is a researcher and visual artist. She has a Master’s Degree in Communication with a specialty in Cultural Criticism and Visual Studies from the Universidad Iberoamericana, and is currently pursuing a PhD in Humanistic Studies at the Tecnológico de Monterrey. She has done her graduate studies in Mexico City, where she also independently runs “Cut and Move”, a project that was born to question the symbolic value of Venezuelan paper money over the hyperinflationary context, through techniques such as collage and GIF animation. She has participated in three collective exhibitions: Inauguration of the Restaurant-Gallery Otates (Guadalajara, 2017) and the editions #16 and #17 of Noches de Autor (CDMX, 2019 and 2020). She has also collaborated with illustrations in various Mexican mediums such as Ediciones Tierra Adentro and Perro Crónico.