Guadalupe Aldrete is a Mexican artist based in Vienna whose work has been shown internationally.
Dissociated memory is Guadalupe's main source of inspiration. Her work focuses on exploring methods to capture abstract memories which relate intimately to her past. Her artworks result from processes involving various visual media, which are sometimes performed in front of an audience or presented as part of installations whose purpose is to prompt the audience to interact.
Formerly known as Lala Nomada, Guadalupe Aldrete's alterego went missing as a part of a performance process of dissolution during her solo exhibition "Diluidos" in 2018.
Guadalupe is the creator and curator of “Latitud 32°N/55°S” a platform for Latin-American performance art. From 2012 to 2015 she collaborated and co-curated the platform “MPA-B, Month of Performance Art Berlin" and is co-founder of "APAB e.V.", Association of Performance Art in Berlin. She's also part of the performance network “PAErsche” based in Cologne.