received her MA from Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina, and currently divides her time between New York City and Catskill, NY. Her work includes sculpture, prints, drawings, and artist's books. Bursztyn, whose work travels between dreams and nightmares, conceives most of her pieces as contemporary artifacts that include gargoyles, shrines, drums, icons, and machines. Her work is in the collections of the New York City Central Library; Long Island University, Brooklyn, NY; the NYC Public Schools Collection; and El Museo del Barrio, NYC. Her exhibitions include Bronx Bound, Lehman College Art Gallery, Bronx, NY; Moving Targets, Universitat Der Kunste, Berlin Academy of Fine Arts, Poznan, Poland; Contemporary Women Artist: New York, Indiana State University; and Unexpected Visitors, Maxwell Fine Arts, Peekskill, NY among many others. Bursztyn was commissioned by the MTA Arts for Transit program to install a permanent piece at the 170th Street train station in the Bronx.