Sí. Existo. Yes I exist. We are part of what we leave behind to those that haven’t arrived here yet. Somos parte de lo que dejamos a aquellas que aun no han llegado aquí. Performance piece that took place at the Mexican Consulate in Miami at an installation I did as part of an […]
I want to lead a creative life, she said. I want to be surrounded by beauty. I want to challenge my notions of how things are and replace them with the questioning of what things could be. It has taken me a long time to get here. To listen to that voice I know has […]
On how I relate to braiding as a healing practice and a social practice that has become a visual metaphor and a call for union. This video was featured at the UN Climate Change forum at United Nations University during COP26UK
Often I’m asked about the braiding circles. It’s not easy to explain, because this ritual means so many things at the same time. It’s a healing practice that brings to light the invisible thread that braids us together, and that we often can’t see because life blinds us and tries to convince us that everything […]
Making visible the invisible thread that braids us all together. We are one.
Today is the last day of the first month of a new year. It feels different to other years. The structure of what’s to come has been set. The changes in politics and the GameStop catastrophe have been reminders that the news, the economy and even the way society operates is just a castle made […]
I think we all deserve a virtual hug. We really do. Simply for waking up and doing whatever we do, putting our heart into it, when everything is against us. This year, the road we walk has had more valleys than mountains. The mountains have been steeper than never. But we are still trying. I […]
I am an optimist, but the world seems to be falling apart. It’s time to build an energetic shield to protect yourself from the world.
Our time in this physical body is limited, and that truly unites us. Death is the one condition attached to every form of life. When we do Day of the Dead altars, we call upon our ancestors. They come from the region where Death is from. They come here for a day, to the land […]
It takes a lifetime to loose respect to matter, meaning material things that were created with a specific purpose. It starts when people tell you what things are for. They mean well, but often they don’t leave room for improvisation. In Latin America, need often gives way to creativity.