Coral is a research-based media artist and designer originally from Spain. She is currently pursuing a PhD in Art Practice at UC San Diego. Her interdisciplinary research explores the interconnectedness between bodies and their surroundings. She is interested in the power of images to reflect the impact of culture on biological systems. Her practice relies on tools such as new media technologies, video, installation and scientific material to question the gap between science and art. Her most recent project maps the intersections of the history of brain imaging and artificial general intelligence. Through the Anthropogeny Graduate Specialization, Coral is delving further into the visualization and history of epigenomics, computational biology and neuroculture and looking forward to building collaborations in those fields. Coral holds an MFA in Photography from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, an MA in Photography and Design from Elisava Barcelona School of Design, and a BA in Communication from IE University, Spain.