Art can show us a picture of how the world might one day be – as a warning or as an aspiration. Art can represent an ideal that is just out of reach, the pain of the sight of beauty, the beauty that is not reliably held in our own lives.
It would be wrong to think that when one says “ocean,” one names a “subject.” One should be more radical and know that to say “ocean” today is to say “art.” Art without the burden of institutional life, without the ideological twists of cultural politics, art as a practice that belongs and should belong to the artists, art facing the urgency of socializing with all those who care about life.
Approach the nexus of energy and magic which lies at the heart of art and the spiritual tuning your senses to the music and light, auric visions possible only along a frequency of truly mystical perception, uniting ART and MAGIC.
The idea behind this show is to fulfill the human need for spiritual experiences bringing light and hope during the darkest time of the year, and therefore to transgress the darkness, to connect with the community through the experience of oneness, to raise beyond the divisions of faith, and to celebrate the transition into the new year.
Encuentro Basura, a week-long Trash Festival to reflect on the current changing social and environmental climate –popular uprisings, indigenous resistance, the destruction of the natural world, locally and globally. Inspired by principles of permaculture: Care for the Earth, Care for the People, and Fair Share
ESTADOS ALTERADOS (Altered States) is a screening program of video performance and action art focused on the recent events that are transforming and affecting many nations in the Southern Hemisphere…
Artists who take risks inspire me the most. Risks with mediums, subject matter, genres, disciplines. Artists who explore from the gut, who do not follow trends too much, who are audacious, interdisciplinary, experimental, political, feminist, difficult to categorize, exciting.
We can all be poets and linguistic warriors. And if we can win our wars for the liberation of language we can win something else in the bargain: The ability to express ourselves again. Or at least have fun trying.