is a California-based textile artist. She studied French postcolonial theory and literature at Princeton University, and performance and fine arts in Río Negro, Argentina. Her research interests include material and embodied rhetorics, loom technologies, decolonizing material culture, and analyzing textiles as a performative critique against the visual. In her third year at California College of the Arts, Dominguez Hultgren is earning an MFA in Fine Arts and MA in Visual and Critical Studies. Dominguez Hultgren is represented by Eleanor Harwood Gallery in San Francisco, where she had her first solo show, Wingspan, in 2018. Her thesis advisory committee consists of Michele Carlson, Jacqueline Francis, and Karen Fiss.