Spatial Labor at Exploded View

How are architecture, politics, labor and invisibility entangled? Through practices of drawing, performance, installation and social engagement, I am investigating politically and spatially constructed (in)visibility in regard to laboring at the (un-/re-) making of space. My current work-in-progress, which I am developing towards a performative installation called Intern[ed] (November 17-19 in CAPLA’s Sundt Gallery), reflects on parallels between FDR’s executive orders that led to the forming of internment camps during WWII and Trump’s executive orders of January 27, 2017.

The September 30th work-in-progress showing at Exploded View micro-cinema and gallery included drawing and performance as well as a social engagement activity related to Intern[ed], titled Othering (Collected), co-authored with scenographer and theater scholar Ana Martínez.

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