Labor + a(r)t + orio:
For the Latinx artists highlighted in this Alianza UCMX-funded podcast series, art is a social laboratory that produces new knowledge, illuminating the present and envisioning better futures.
Laura E. Pérez
Explore the captivating artistry of Sandy Rodriguez, a San Diego/Los Angeles-based artist, as she employs indigenous-inspired practices using precolonial materials like cochinilla and amate. Through her powerful narratives, Rodriguez addresses critical issues such as child separation and violence against Indigenous communities, inviting viewers to engage in important dialogues often overlooked in traditional museum spaces.
Laura E. Pérez, Daniel Marquez, Diana Hernandez, & Paulo Orosco
Interview with Carolina Caycedo, visual artist based in Los Angeles, California. In this episode Carolina discusses the importances of environmental art-making in community building, connection, pluriversality, and sentipensar in art production.