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nos quedan los desaparecidos

hand woven cotton, embroidery, audience participation

25 x 250 in


nos quedan los desaparecidos came to fruition as a deep emotional reaction to the migrant caravan crisis and as a result all the indigenous children that were separated and detained at the USA border. To think that as a species in perpetual migration, our most vulnerable have been villainized, stolen, and abused for doing what is inherently our nature. Driven by the prayer of finding home, I invited participants to imbue their energy through writing into handwoven fabric. As each participant added their words and magic, I worked against the vanishing ink and opposing forces to embroider and make permanent what remained of their writing.

This piece will be activated once more as a part of Muse Arts' Happening Multicultural Festival May 29th - June 1st 2019

photo courtesy of Brian Medina 

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