Isabel Val is a visual artist from Barcelona. She started her career as a music press photographer, but her curious mind brought her to explore many other creative worlds like experimental analogue photography, drawing or videoart. Even if the medium changes, the subject behind her work remains the same: the concept of nostalgia, the collective memory of public spaces, the invisible connections between past and present and the archeological value of ordinary objects, followed by a great interest in analogue techniques that allow space for improvisation and mistakes. Her works have been published in prominent papers and magazines such as Magyar Nemzet, Fotóművészet and Yorokobu, and exhibited in Revela-T Festival, Barcelona Visions Gallery and Budapest Art Market. She has taught visual storytelling workshops for Instituto Cervantes Budapest, Artemisszió Foundation and L'École Supérieure des Arts Visuels de Marrakech. Currently she is represented by Mymuseum Gallery (Budapest).