Mixing performance art with video, photography, sculpture, and installation, Dulzaides’ process-oriented works explore subject matters such as circularity, chance, absurdity, dislocation, relocation, crossovers, along with the relationship between architecture and public space to memory and ideology.
His exhibition record includes solo shows, international exhibitions and biennials such as the Gwangju Biennial, the California Biennial, and the 10th and 12th Havana Biennial. He is a recipient of the Cintas Fellowship, the Creative Work Fund, and Art Matters grants, among others. He received the Rome Prize in 2010.
He was born in Havana into a family of musicians and poets. San Francisco and Havana are two important points of references for his work.