"Gayatri Spivak reminds us that the general mode for the post-colonial is citation, re-inscription, re-routing the historical."
_________RECENT, CURRENT & UPCOMING
April 17, 2015 | ¡Té Lo Perdiste! performance program curated by Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez for Yeah, You Missed It...
@ Mills Gallery, Boston Center for the Arts
Featured in the article Conch ou lambi?
, by the Association Internationale des Critiques d'Art (AICA
), Caraïbe du Sud, representing the Southern Caribbean
March 31 - April 4 | L'odeur du père
screening at Festival Internacional de Videoarte de Camagüey
March 21 | Essay-Performance Presentation at MAD THEORY 2: A Performance Philosophy Symposium
, Madison, WI
March 20-21 | Curating and Presenting at TODO BAJO CONTROL: VERNAL EQUINOX
February 28 | The colors that don't run
installation at Tribes Rising
, Paris Street Gallery, Everett, MALike fragments of marble sculpture, un disparate
essay on Goyas refusal of the pictorially melodramatic and the relevance of his methodology to a contemporary understanding of the inadequacy of images as documents | @ BR&S
January 31 | The colors that don't run
installation at Todo Hartford con Oscar
, The Studio, Billings Forge, Hartford, CT
Featured artist/contributor in premiere issue of Contemporary Other
, based in the UK
January 16-17 | Social Health Performance Club
presents Dark Diction
, NYPerformance with Anabel Vázquez
featured in Volume 3 of Emergency Index: An annual document of performance practice
, purchase a copy here
Review of Adriana Varejão's exhibition at ICA Boston, published by Big Red & Shiny
October 31, 2014 | Empathy Play: Social Health Performance Club
Review of Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez's performance at Área, in Caguas, Puerto Rico, published by ARC Magazine
October 16, 2014 | Performance at COLLECTORS III: Discerning Eyes @ New Bedford Art Museum
curated by Yellow Peril Gallery
cover image: "Bleeding to life"