Visual artist, anthropologist, curator, researcher and professor at the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador, PhD student in the society and culture program at the Universidad de Barcelona. She works mainly with objects and installations, but also with painting and drawing, addressing the social life of things, collection and exhibition practices and archival uses. Collaborating since 2015 with the community of La Pila on the issue of appropriations of the pre-Hispanic past, Cevallos explores the hermeneutic and political potential of replication as a strategy to destabilize originality and authenticity. She has participated in exhibitions such as the XV Bienal de Cuenca, Ecuador (2021), where she won the Paris Prize; also at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Singapore (2019); and the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo, Quito, Ecuador (2018). Her works are part of the collection of the Museo Nacional del Ecuador. She lives in Sangolquí.