Maldita Pared: fotografía y texto de Cuba is an interactive exploration of autofictional constructions created during my search for a narrative within the history of decolonization and survival under economic hardships imposed on my native land, Cuba, by government policies that also impact my current struggle to survive here in The United States of America.
Gathered here are my photographs from Cu
Música de Archivo
(Interactive Installation with sound. View @ Miller Gallery JCAL, Queens, NY. 2015)
INSTALLATION THAT CONSISTED OF TWO CABINETS THAT CONTAIN TWO DIFFERENT NARRATIVES. ONE WAS THE "NARRATIVE OF THE NATION" AND THE OTHER ONE THE "PERSONAL NARRATIVE".
Espacio de la reescritura para su Intervención con la relectura/reescritura performativa de Eva y Ale sin trama.
(Installation view @ Miller Gallery, JCAL, NY 2015).
Title of performance for the opening night of Maldita Pared. Fotografía y Texto de Cuba / New York: Moraima, Victoria Herrera y La Cantante de Afro-Rock Pasean por La Habana (Moraima, Victoria Herrera and the Afro-Rock singer take a wa
Contested Territory: Poesía Repatriada (2017-2020) is an urban-intervention, street poetry project centered around the Cuban repatriation process I undertook, at my mother's request, beginning in the summer of 2018. Contested Territory: Poesía Repatriada consists of my “repatriating” two poems I wrote in my present home in Queens, NY, to Havana (my birthplace and home until 1999) and pasting them
Poesía Basura (2014-2020) es un diálogo con una frase de la artista visual Moyra Davey (“I want to make some photographs, but I want them to take seed in words”) y mi deseo por explorar otras plataformas para mi escritura la cual quería documentar en la calle. Conforman el proyecto Poesía Basura los textos que escribí para los objetos que fui encontrando en el vecindario donde me mudé hace ya vari
Apagones Series / Blackout Series
Reading #1. Espectros (2020)
Projection, Sound, paperback novel, color digital photograph.
Spectra is the first in a series of readings presented by a disembodied voice. The idea for this series began with a conversation with my friend and colleague Alejandro Aragón and became, for me, an exploration of the evocative power of sound. The text read is about the encount
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