Nabil Gonzalez holds a double BFA degree in Printmaking and Graphic Design from the University of Texas at El Paso and an MFA degree in Printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design. Gonzalez is currently a professor at the University of Texas at El Paso and a practicing studio artist. As a studio artist, Gonzalez’s works have been focused on social and political views affecting the borderland area of the United States and Mexico. In her work Gonzalez explores the erasure and reestablishing of identity through the repetition and layering of images, marks, and materials. Through her work Gonzalez tries to shake and bring awareness to a society that has become numb and unresponsive to social and political injustices. Gonzalez works have been shown throughout the United States, Mexico, Colombia and China. Her artist books and prints are included in museum collections and library special collections in the United States.