19 in 2021: A Drone’s Eye View; Nat Pyper, Bárbara Baron, Julio Córdova, and Marissa Macias

19 in 2021: A Drone’s-Eye View is a website adaption of artist Nat Pyper’s sci-fi serial of the same name and an online exhibition featuring new works by Bárbara Baron, Julio Córdova, and Marissa Macias. 19 in 2021: A Drone’s Eye View Exhibition Virtual Exhibition and Program Dates: October 2, 2020 – November 20, 2020.Continue reading “19 in 2021: A Drone’s Eye View; Nat Pyper, Bárbara Baron, Julio Córdova, and Marissa Macias”

Tempo falacioso; Superimposiciones botánicas: Luíza Bastos Lages, Nancy D. Valladares, and Chucho Ocampo

Watch Tempo falacioso; Superimposiciones botánicas here: https://sincintaprevia.com Program Date: Saturday, September 26, 2020. Tempo falacioso; Superimposiciones botánicas is a selection of video works by artists Luiza Bastos Lages, Chucho Ocampo and Nancy D. Valladares. This program looks at the technologies and infrastructures that sustained the colonial project, disseminated euro-western epistemologies, and transported colonial projects throughoutContinue reading “Tempo falacioso; Superimposiciones botánicas: Luíza Bastos Lages, Nancy D. Valladares, and Chucho Ocampo”

Anger as Currency: Christian Cruz

Anger as Currency: a participatory performance lecture and writing workshop with Christian Cruz Program Date: Wednesday, September 9th, 2020  Anger as Currency was a hybrid participatory performance lecture and writing workshop with performance artist Christian Cruz that incorporates lip syncing and channeling as a medium to facilitate trust and healing. Participants were able to shareContinue reading “Anger as Currency: Christian Cruz”

ECCLESIASTÉS 1:2 : Carlos Salazar-Lermont, Curated by Wil Ruggiero

ECCLESIASTÉS 1:2 : Carlos SalazarCurated by Wil Ruggiero Exhibition Dates: July 2, 2020 – August 30, 2020 The title of the show is inspired by the verse of the Bible, which claims that “everything is meaningless”. Composed of performance art-imbued photography and video, Ecclesiastés 1:2 mines the tension and limits between body and material, anContinue reading “ECCLESIASTÉS 1:2 : Carlos Salazar-Lermont, Curated by Wil Ruggiero”

Tu nombre en arroz: Astro Escudero, Aida Ramirez, & Rosalinda Cabrera

Tu nombre en arroz: Astro Escudero, Aida Ramirez, & Rosalinda Cabrera Exhibition Dates: 09/13/2019 – 11/16/2019 In el centro Histórico de Lima, along the Rimac river’s malecón, there is a street vendor selling pendants assembled from raw rice grains, clear glue, and tiny glass vials. The buyers of these pendants can request the vendor toContinue reading “Tu nombre en arroz: Astro Escudero, Aida Ramirez, & Rosalinda Cabrera”

Nada y todo: Roland Santana, Marcelo Eli & Saúl Palos

Nada y todo: Roland Santana, Marcelo Eli & Saúl Palos Exhibition Dates: 07/12/2019 – 08/31/2019 Using formal abstraction, primitive signs, and surreal subjects, this show attempts to point at the absence of non-European text in painting’s language and wonders of a queered painting legacy if academia decenters white male gesture, gaze, and expression. In itsContinue reading “Nada y todo: Roland Santana, Marcelo Eli & Saúl Palos”

SER SUR: Maria Jose Murillo & Soledad Fátima Muñoz

~~E~~S~~~R~~U~~ Maria Jose Murillo & Soledad Fátima Muñoz Exhibition Dates: 04/05/2019 – 06/07/2019 Ser Sur brings together recent works by Murillo and Muñoz that wish to investigate South American Andean modes of expression through the use of weaving and Arpilleras in relation to European colonial invasion and in a post-Chicago Boys context. Organized by JohnContinue reading “SER SUR: Maria Jose Murillo & Soledad Fátima Muñoz”