Belen Gache is a Madrid-based Spanish poet. She was born in Buenos Aires. Since 1996 she has been creating experimental and conceptual poetry and conceptual hypermedia pieces. Her work has been exhibited at FILE (Sao Paulo, Brazil), the Tamayo Museum (Mexico City), Cyberpoem (Barcelona), Cosmopoetica (Cordoba, Spain), the Porto Alegre Biennial (Brazil), E-Poetry 2011 (New York), among others.
Gache has performed, lectured and taught at the University of Buenos Aires, the UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico), the DePaul University (Chicago), the University of Liverpool (UK), the University of Salamanca, the UCM (Complutense University of Madrid), the Laboratorio Alameda (Mexico City), the Grand Valley State University (Michigan, EEUU), the MALBA (Museum of Latin American Art, Buenos Aires), the UNIA (International University of Andalucia).
She has published novels: Lunas eléctricas para las noches sin luna (Electric moons for moonless nights) (Sudamericana, 2004), Divina Anarquia (Divine Anarchy) (Sudamericana,1999), Luna India (Indian Moon) (Planeta,1994) and several essays, among them her book Escrituras Nomades, del Libro perdido al hipertexto (Nomadic Writings, from the Lost book to hipertext), a research on experimental literary forms.
Her piece Word Market (2012)has been commissioned by Turbulence,org with funding from the National Endowment for the Arts (USA).
Gache is an Art Historian and a Discourse Analyst (University of Buenos Aires). She was co-director of Fin del Mundo (1995-2005) one of the first platforms in Spanish language for the circulation of netart.