HOUR OF DESTRUCTION OPPOSITE FROM A CRAFT FAIR, THE HOUR OF DESTRUCTION PROMOTES THE DISMANTLING OF EVERYDAY MATERIALS TO DISCOVER OBJECTS APART FROM THEIR EXTERIOR AND THEIR CREATION. Held in a public space - wurster court yard, berkeley, california from the hour of 1:10-2:10
May We Scavenge A Community clothing swap at Bridgetown diy, a safe, sober community space in la puente, california
Guest student curator for envisioning human rights Collaboration with up and coming artists from the University of California campuses and the Human Rights Department at UC Berkeley
Aspect of Self Series: Undocumented Part II This series explores the artist’s experience as a first generation, undocumented immigrant student in the United States. Having migrated in 1999 without legal status and the fear of deportation, the subsequent work permit visas function as forms of documentation and triumph. For the immigrant, the work permit is a symbol of hard work, gratitude, progress and hope for a future. Displayed are work permits collected during the artist’s fifteen years of living in the United States.