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Ángela Bonadies, s/t from the series "Historia universal del derrumbe/A Universal History of Collapse," Work in progress, size variable, Digital print, Courtesy of the artist
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What Can Archives Reveal? A Fascinating Look Inside Mexican Prison Records and Scientific Files

By photographing private and public collections, artist Ángela Bonadies explores how memories are preserved, both individually and collectively.
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Bending Tradition: How Mexican Artisans Craft Los Angeles

Mexican artisans in Southern California are not only creating traditional crafts like embroidery, but are also producing high-end goods for stores selling luxury home décor.
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The Slow Reveal: The Video Work of Tamar Guimarães

Tamar Guimarães' video and installation pieces investigate the role of psychic mediums and the invisible transfer of information.
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Instigating Histories: The Work of Mapa Teatro

Mapa Teatro, a collective based in Bogota, Colombia, uses theater, performance, and installation to create complex visual narratives that ask open-ended questions about the drug war, violence and other global issues. The group recently completed a one...
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'No Mas Bebés' Casts Light on Medical Sterilizations

A documentary film about reproductive justice, "No Mas Bebés" revisits the story of momentous lawsuit Madrigal vs. Quilligan, a case that involved the sterilization of Mexican immigrant women in the 1970s.
Slanguage Studio, Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost, 2015, Artist Lab Residency, 18th Street Arts Center. | Photo: Slanguage Studio
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Slanguage Speaks Slanguage

With videos, workshops, and dollar store cosplay outfits, art collective Slanguage creates a sci-fi, yet rasquache world in "Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost."
&quot;Rainbow Action,&quot; <em>Beber y leer el arco iris</em>. 2012, performance, Casa América, Madrid. | Photo: Courtesy of the artist.
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Naufus Ramirez-Figueroa's Color and Tone Metaphors

Naufus Ramirez-Figueroa returns to his early exposure to experimental theatre in 1970s Guatemala.
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Talking Back at Architecture: The Work of Zinny and Maidagan

Artists Dolores Zinny and Juan Maidagan challenging traditional notions of exhibition space through their site-specific large-scale installations.
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