Priscilla Dobler is an interdisciplinary artist, born in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico and raised in the Pacific Northwest. By focusing on history, the critique of identity and the structures of power in domestic interiors her aim is to highlight and develop dialogues that address these issues while exploring the functional and conceptual relationship of craft and fine art traditions. She is interested in developing her own unique artistic interpretation of her cultural identity through weaving, woodworking, audio, video and performances. 
Her work has been exhibited at the Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle, WA; Decentered Gallery, Puebla, Mexico; Method Gallery, Seattle, WA; TAG Gallery, Los Angeles, LA; Feast Art Gallery, Tacoma, WA: Alma Mater, Tacoma, WA: ArtXchange Gallery, Seattle, WA; DAC Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Williamsburg Art and Historical Society, Brooklyn, NY; Columbia City Gallery, Seattle, WA; Marfa Contemporary Gallery, Marfa, TX; Currents New Media, Santa Fe, NM; Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA; Form & Concept, Santa Fe, NM; Gallery 110, Seattle, WA; Soil Gallery, Seattle, WA; Center on Contemporary Art, Seattle, WA; Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, New Paltz, NY, Ann Street Gallery, Newburgh, NY, Catalyst Gallery, Beacon, NY, Cumulus Nimbus Collective at Chashama Gallery, New York, NY; Issues Project Room, Brooklyn, NY and Collaborative Concepts, Saunders Farm, Garrison, NY.