Entrevista en Sí Se Puede

an example of my Internet Art Last week I had the on honor of being interviewed by my papi on Sí Se Puede. We talked about Internet art, the implications of growing up online, linguistic performances on twitter, public vs private, and more. If you missed it you can listen here:

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TAKE ACTION AGAINST ANTI-IMMIGRATION ARIZONA LAWS

visit: AMericanMEdiaOutput.com/arizonawelcome.html click hashtags #SB1611 and #SB1070 embeddable images of the Arizona Welcome Promo Girls will be avaliable soon…

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Internet Art & Activism- the #delValleMural

I am a Chicago-based digital media and performance artist. I created this grassroots, social media, portable mural in support of Miguel del Valle‘s campaign for Mayor. follow hashtag: #delValleMural to see how the mural was created.

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#delValleMural

The #delValleMural is finally complete! #delValleMural, 2011, Acrylic on Canvas I am thinking that after the elections a Chicago Public Library would be a really nice home for the piece.  What do you guys think?

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putting final touches on the #delValleMural

The #ChicagoMayor elections are right around the corner… And I am happy to report that I am ALMOST done with the #delValleMural (the hashtag is silent)

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#delValleMural in progress

As a community-based performance artist, I find the act of sharing the process equally important to the act of sharing the final product. Here are images from the last week of the #delValleMural unfolding.

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Wonder Women Residency: New News is Old News

2011 is going to be a good year.  I can feel it already.  In addition to our upcoming presentation at the 2011 PCA/ACA Conference this April, Andria and I were also accepted to the Wonder Woman Residency at the _gaia studio, in New Jersey. Curated by Maya Joseph-Goteiner and Doris Caçoilo, this year’s theme is: New News…

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Ultimate Promo Model for Jewish Identity

have you been kiruv‘d lately?

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Nuevos Compañeros: Rio Yañez

My newest partner in crime is the talented, witty, godzilla and pikapika lovin’ Chicano artist and curator Rio Yañez. I first came across his Ghetto Frida two years ago, while working on the project Obsessed With Frida Kahlo. Immediately I felt some sort of cosmic connection-not to Ghetto Frida- but to her creator. And then to…

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