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Episode 84: Community As A Lived Experience (w/ Maria Gaspar)

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Hey everyone. Welcome to a new year and I am excited to share with you the first episode of 2022! I have with me today Maria Gaspar, an interdisciplinary artist whose work addresses issues of spatial justice to amplify, mobilize, or divert structures of power through individual and collective gestures. Maria got her BFA from Pratt Institute, an MFA from the University of Illinois at Chicago, and is currently an Associate Professor at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. I became aware of Maria’s striking photographic pieces before realizing her large breadth of work that existed also in installation, sound, and performance. I enjoyed our conversation where we talked about going to art school as a first-generation immigrant, performance as practice, the invisibility of jails, guides that are generative as opposed to predictive, and re-imagining new and better worlds. As always, stay safe and healthy in this new year and I hope you enjoy this.

Links Mentioned:

* Maria’s Website
* Ernesto Pujol
* Pedro Páramo by Juan Rulfo
* National Museum of Mexican Art
* Yvette Mayorga
* Holland Cotter’s El Museo Review
* Jackie Sumell
* Favianna Rodriguez
* El Sawyer

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