Works revolving around literary arts and sciences manifesting in interventions and performance installations.
I have been a witness to wars, invasions and revolutionary movements, cold wars, curfews, walls built and walls demolished. . . Art is the primary tool we use to interpret our immediate environment and the forces shaping our world, both locally and globally.
Guillermo Gomez Peña
(radical performance artist)
He established himself as a performance artist, writer, activist, and educator. Most of his work concerns the interface between North and South, Mexican and U.S. culture, border culture and the politics of the brown body.
Susan Greene, Ph.D.
(muralist / organizer)
Works dealing with social sculpture, community based art and clinical psychology.
(media, action artist)
Specializes in video, new media, performance, public, social art, and writing.
Work integrates traditional art media (sculpture, performance, photography) with Conceptual-Minimalist strategies to explore the relationship between mark-making and place-making.
Works dealing with public space, signs, and advertising, often presented in public spaces. Sometimes funny.
Luna feels that "art work in the media of performance and installation offers an opportunity like no other for Indian people to express themselves without compromise in traditional art forms of ceremony, dance, oral traditions and contemporary thought..."
(mix media-artist / organizer)
Works dealing with politics and history of activism and labor through mix media posters, signs, stencils, print making and paintings, often shown in public spaces.
(multidisciplinary artist )
Experimental art and activism often exploring the relatioships between social identity and the making of urban environments.
(radical artist / organizer)
Specializes in print making, new media, performance, public, social Art, and Writing
(radical performance Artist)
Explores technology and community through site works, performances, street theatre, writing and websites.
Favianna Rodriguez Gianomi
(radical graphic artist)
Works reflecting national and international grassroots struggles through graphics.
(chicana muralist artist)
Artworks dealing with chicana identity through murals, sculptures and installations.
Art that interweaves indigenous symbols and myths with contemporary pop culture and materials.
Experimental art exploring concepts involving American capitalism and urban ecology.