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Cristina Velasco of bulbo was born in Tijuana. She graduated in Communication Sciences with the highest distinction from the University of California in San Diego. Velasco has directed and edited various documentaries for bulbo tv which includes: "Palencia", "The handsome suffer too", "Triping out tv", "My best friend is an alien", "The clothes shop" and "The mystery of the Coronado Islands". The bulbo collective has been exploring the possibilities of exchange and collaboration since it began in 2002. Each of the project's efforts, whether it has been a documentary, magazine or web stream, implied that people, who in their daily lives do not pursue an art practice, became a part of a creative process. This has supported the formation of a network which has exceeded the collective's expectations, and which contributes to new forms of enriching our communities through constantly shifting perspectives. bulbo's work emphasizes the importance and necessity of creative and innovative projects that use media with constructive aims and nurture's other ways of understanding the place where we live. One of bulbo's interest has been life in the border region of Tijuana and San Diego. Developed as an offshoot of Galatea Audio/Visual, a production company dedicated to the communication, production and promotion of audio and visual arts in the Tijuana - San Diego border region. bulbo has intervened media with bulbo TV (in all of Mexico); bulbo press magazine; disco bulbo record label; and the bulbo broadcast web streams and http://www.bulbo.tv

 

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