Fluid Bodies

Laguna del Fresno

During three weeks, artists explore their own relationships to vital resources such as land, fire, water, plants, food and communication, forging them into both established and imagined cultural representations. What began as a personal journey of curiosity gets translated into artwork that speaks of encounter, extraction, colonisation and settlement, resonating with local people’s relationship to the Guapamacátaro valley. The works embody an idyllic, almost over-simplified…… Continue reading Fluid Bodies

Unplanned Interdependencies

The residencies we sponsor act as a catalyst for creativity, as well as new relationships between participants, the surrounding environment, and our community. The culminating exhibition from our winter residency session placed special emphasis in this process. By closely examining interactions between components of the Guapamacátaro ecosystem, the artists and researchers presented an array of works that transcended historical social…… Continue reading Unplanned Interdependencies