Escobar-Morales at the Bruno David Gallery

ESCOBAR-MORALES: Resurrection of Hun-Nal-Ye at the Bruno David Gallery in St. Louis, MO. Opening on Friday, February 1, 2013, from 5 to 9 pm.  Show runs until February 23rd, 2013. In the New Media Room, the Bruno David Gallery presents a single-channel video work titled “Resurrection of Hun-Nal-Ye” by Escobar-Morales. The 21-minutes video originated from a performance…

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Escobar-Morales at The Painted Bride in Papeles: Are we what we sign?

PAPELES: Are we what we sign? aims to serve as a visual examination of our social bond with papers as legal signifiers of identity that shape individual mobility, cultural acceptance, gender and sexual-orientation equality, economic access, labor opportunities, and educational attainment.  Visual artists, community leaders, and arts administrators use this project to reflect upon the…

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AMerican MEdia Output in Philly

Are you Target Audience? Find out in Philly. Stay tuned for details on the next official AMerican MEdia Output appearance. photo by Abel Arciniega

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Calavera Elotera at SOMArts Gallery

ESCOBAR-MORALES PRESENTS: Your favorite fame whore Elotita aka The Fat Free Elotera is back…  and this time she has taken it to a new level…  she has faked her own death… and has returned as CALAVERA ELOTERA. Calavera Elotera in Illuminations: Día de los Muertos 2011 Curated by Rene and Rio Yañez SOMArts Bay Gallery,…

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AMerican MEdia Output in New Jersey

You saw Escobar-Morales as promo models in TX, “promoting” Arizona Tourism… And here we are as marketing executives in NJ. Andria was live at Gallery Aferro and I skyped in from Chicago. Stay tuned for more details on the performance and the results from AMerican MEdia Output‘s #targetaudiencesurvey.

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Negotiating Latina Identity through Performance Art on the Web

Andria and I will be presenting  Are You My Other? next week at the 2011 National Popular Culture Association Conference in San Antonio, TX. Negotiating Latina Identity through Performance Art on the Web with Maya Escobar and Andria Morales Challenging mainstream and academic representations of Latina identity, performance artists Maya Escobar and Andria Morales publicly negate, deconstruct, and reconstruct…

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Puerto Rican Taxidermy Funeral pt 2

Will you be attending? Andria Bibiloni, 28, of New York, ceased to exist on Mar. 23, 2011 in Philadelphia, where she lived since 2000.  A visual artist and educator, she strove through her work to facilitate a dialogue about sociopolitical and interpersonal issues. Known for riding her Blasterbike, 2007, in the streets of Philadelphia, her departing…

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LAST RIDE: Andria Morales formerly Andria Bibiloni

UPDATE: visit AreYouMyOther.com to see Bibiloni’s mass card. Have you ever Googled Puerto Rican funeral? If you haven’t then I suggest you do.  And if you live in Philadelphia or in the surrounding area, you should attend Andria Morales and Beth Beverly’s collaborative performance Last Ride. LAST RIDE: collaborative performance-based artwork by Andria Morales &…

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