It’s four in the morning and I just got home from working a 16-hour shift at work in the service of two different exhibits. If I didn’t love my job I wouldn’t feel as inspired as I do at this very moment. It’s been a great past week; as crazy and exhausted as I am at the moment I feel really good.
Tonight Acciones Plásticas プリクラ, my collaboration with the amazing Maya Escobar, will be exhibited as part of Cultural Disjuncture at MACLA in San Jose. I’ll be cold lampin’ at the opening alongside Jaime Guerrero and hope to see you all there. The details are below:
The Day of the Dead exhibit I co-curated at SOMArts is also having it’s closing reception this Saturday. Our closing reception will take place on Saturday, November 7th at 6:00pm. Admission is free and this will be the last chance for anyone to see the show. More importantly, the night will be a celebration of the life and work of Day of the Dead artist Virginia Benavidez. Virginia was one of the artists in this year’s exhibit and a good friend to many of you. We will have music, food, and a chance to say a few words about Virginia in our theater.