Both tragic and humorous, her drawings, photography, videos and performances make up pieces of her autobiography. The range of techniques used are linked to the plurality of time which underlies femininity: childhood memory, adult life, consciousness, unconsciousness.
Starting at either end of a 16-foot wall, two artists - Hugo Crosthwaite and Jose Hugo Sánchez - will “compete” in a live durational performance over five full days, improvising a pictorial narrative on migration, dislocation, labor, and the plight of the Mexico-U.S. border region they call home.
On Friday, Nov. 10, Poetry & Art Series 2017 presents authors Tomas Gayton, Jim Moreno and Chris Vannoy. People’s Choice Poem Performance Awards follow featured readings and performances. This interactive arts and culture experience will include beverages, snacks and plenty of time to mingle.