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On view: Oct 24th through November 27th, 2018
35x35: Dual Vision is an annual group exhibition held at the Mexican Center for Culture and Cinematic Arts featuring works by 35 LA-based Mexican and Mexican American writers, musicians and visual artist who are under the age of 35. The purpose of this annual exhibition is to show the diversity of talent in the Mexican American community while also creating connections between the artist.
Dual Vision refers to Du Bois' concept of double consciousness, the internal conflict experienced by subordinated groups in an oppressive society. In this case, the double consciousness is exemplified in the contention between opposing identity: Mexican and American.
Dual Vision exhibit curator Karla Aguiñiga
Music program and, exhibit design Alina Escárcega
Literature by Marty Preciado
NOTE: all participants may change without prior notice, more to be announced
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All events will be held at the CCCM, Consulate General of Mexico in Los Angeles
2401 W 6th St. Los Angeles, CA 90057
*For more information please contact:
· Ramiro Gomez
. Gabriella Sanchez
. Fabian Guerrero
. Michael Alvarez
. Amanda Lopez
. Damon Casarez
· Eric Fanghanel
· Parch Es
. Marlon Fuentes
· Cintia Alejandra Segovia
· Patricio Morales
. Maria Maea
Alexia Veytia Rubio
Nøche de Veranø: Tropical Storm is the first edition of an annual summer program that exhibits video art and film coming out of Mexico and the US. It is an extension of sodA, a cross-cultural initiative of place-based programs and developments that promote civic engagement and social impact through creative production.
This summer’s edition is a traveling screening of six short films produced by collectives, collaborators and artists based in Mexico City. Each work possesses individual, eclectic qualities that are unified by the act of building a narrative about Mexican identity and experience.
Tropical Storm brings these works together to help make diverse dialogues within our communities more durable by touching on topics such as resistance and opposition, ascribed market value, personal history and spatial memory, multicultural parallels, displacement and immigration, and harnessing new ways of living by building on community power.
NDV's programing is organized by Galia Basail Mulcahy.
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