February 2018

Coverage in DNA MAG of Trapos Sucios project by Susana Vargas. My sculpture installation “Clamshell” is extended through February 21 * José Rosas Moreno 8 San Rafael Mexico City * 9am – 9pm L-Sa * ♥

February 2018

Review of the exhibition San Isidro’s Still, which includes my video installation Lunula.

February – March 2018
Photo: Pablo Navarrete

Install shot of San Isidro’s Still, curated by Paulina Acensio and Daniel Garza Usabiaga, where I’m showing my video installation Lunula.

The show is up until mid-March

Anonymous Gallery, Calle Lago Erge 254, Miguel Hidalgo, CdMx 

February 2018

Clamshell, part of Trapos Sucios (Dirty Rags) curated by Nika Chilewich and Sira Pizá, will be extended for another week!

José Rosas Moreno 8, Col. San Rafael, CdMx.

Salon Acme 2018

Installation view of en.treñ.a.da at Salón Acme

MACO / Material 2018

One of my Tender Sphinx sculptures, cusp.id was shown at Scarlett Baily’s open studio party.

February 2018
Karel Teige, No. 190, 1941 (detail)

I have a video – installation work in San Isidro’s Still, curated by Paulina Ascencio and Daniel Garza Usabiaga at Anonymous Gallery, Mexico City.

Opening Friday, February 9, 7PM

Calle Lago Erne 254, Col. Pensil, Miguel Hidalgo, Mexico City

January 2018

I’m showing in TRAPOS SUCIOS (“Dirty Rags”) curated by Nika Chilewich and Sira Piza.

My piece is a cabinet of small sculptures I’ve been developing this month, and will be on display in a neighborhood salon.

The exhibition is part of the Material Art Fair VIP program.

December 2017

My work en.trañ.ada was selected for exhibition in Salón ACME No. 6.

The exhibition will take place February 9-11 in Mexico City, during MACO and Material Art Fair.

December 2017

An image of my installation She Number One was featured in the December 2017 print issue of La Tempestad feature article “¿Una nueva escena del arte?” [“A New Art Scene?”]

December 2017

I’ve been accepted as an artist in residence at the Vermont Studio Center for April 2018! During my time there, I’ll be developing a body of small-scale sculptures using their amazing facilities.

November 2017

My work THROWING SHADE is for sale at the SOMA 2017 auction.

July 2017

Round table discussion – Código

Print interview in Código 99 : Las mujeres en el arte. [Women in art] With Jessica Berlanga, Susana Vargas, Karen Cordero, Flaminguettes y otras.

May-ish 2017

She Number One @ Biquini Wax

February 2017

Initiated in 2016 by artists Jason Lazarus (Florida) and Sean Ward (New York), PDF-OBJECTS is a growing collection of embedded text-object sculptures.
Participating artists are asked to submit to organizers:
-a single PDF of a text that significantly informs their practice
-a description of a commonly available object (valued at $20 USD or less)
-instructions on how to sculpturally embed the PDF and object together

PDF-OBJECTS is an invitation into the artist’s thinking and practice–an embodied library, a sculptural field–each object a footnote to the text, or vice versa. The design of the project encourages new moments of scholarship, pedagogy, and intimacy between artist and audience. Participating artists are able to update their PDF-OBJECTS at any time in order to reflect their current research and practice.

November 2016

Two screenings of video work this month:

November 17-18, 2016
Eject V
Arte Alameda, Mexico City

November 24-25, 2016
Movimiento en Movimiento
Sala de Arte Publico Siqueiros, Mexico City

Photo: Erea Azurmendi
October 2016

I’m teaching my first undergraduate studio class this fall at La Esmeralda, where we’ll develop props and costumes for individual & collaborative performance and video projects. The focus is to develop contemporary art projects, synthesizing collective criticism with studio production.

August 2016

Loving my residency at VAR!

Some time in February…May

“From Here to Eternity” at:
NADA New York
Image: Tod Seelie

December 8, 2015

Because the Night is a site-specific installation dancing between dimensions. Mirrors & fabrics, illumination & performance create a whirlwind for the visitor, who finds herself somewhere at the border of a supersaturated, object-oriented cacophony and a nostalgic, nighttime fantasy.

Because the Night centers on the artist’s personal polemic relationship with the night. The piece offers a surreal, never-ending nightlife, thereby acting as the antithesis of allegedly clear & logical daytime. Object, action and decór permeate one another, creating an open-ended absorption of the visitor into this invented parallel reality. Because the Night manipulates the relationship of spectacle & spectator through reflectivity and participation.

Because the Night is part of Cabaret Kabuki, which looks to bring various iterations of nighttime dérive into the space. Within this framework, a cycle of performance activates the installation in a plurality of unexpected ways.

Because the Night @ Cabaret Kabuki
October 28, 2015


September 4, 2015

Vid from performance rehearsal for live transmission with ESP T.V. at Recess New York.

Closing for Official Office, part of Recess’s online residency ANALOG.

August 27, 2015
June 1, 2015

Sculptural Costume, a new workshop conceived in collaboration with Chavis Marmol, will form part of the project, HELIO, sponsored by Alumnos47, focusing on experimental art education.

March 24, 2015
Image: @mexnthecity via instagram

Thanks to mexnthecity.com for their studio visit!

I’m one of the artists profiled in their project about female creatives in D.F.

February 19, 2015

I’ve been invited to guest curate the video selection for Official Office, part of Analog, a new online residency at Recess (New York)