As an attempt to develop a new way of representing the environment. Ana Andrade has abstracted the smallest fragment of the landscape, which were later developed by a microscope, making visible the most invisible particles of Playas de Tijuana.
Employing performative strategies to establish an association of spectacle inspired by traditional boxing matches, the internal struggle of artists living between two countries will be displayed through gesture and illustrative documentation translating the complexities of border politics.
Armando De La Torre seeks to communicate through found objects, audio and video recordings, and harvested materials washed ashore in the bay. Through the process of developing the installation, De La Torre will be informed by the materials to express “Who Are We Anyways.”
The exhibition 27 Horses is the result of a year of exploration into the questions raised by the 2016 horse racing season at the Del Mar Racetrack where an alarming number of horses died. Chris Travers, a photographer and museum professional for most of her life, and an animal-lover for all of her life, explores horse racing in her own backyard, through photography and graphic illustration.
Roberto Romero-Molina explores the poetics of machines. Through the use of common apparatus, the artist creates patterns which present us with ever evolving polysemic artworks. The Language of Things is a multimedia exhibition that explores various themes through the use of systems.