Eliana Cetto’s work is an exploration of identity and power. Cetto reclaims environments to support her queer, Latinx identity through video installations, performance, and alternative processes. She works to decolonize, and utilizes ritual, trends, and "selfie" culture as tools against the patriarchy. Cetto is currently teaching at her alma mater, San Jose State University, where she received her Masters of Fine Arts degree in Photography. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography and Painting with an Art History double major from the University
of the Pacific.