A Cinderella Story of Everyday Objects

Installation for the opening of “Bridges in Times of Walls: Chicano/Mexican-American Art from Los Angeles to Mexico” in at Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil, Mexico City

A Cinderella Story of Everyday Objects was an installation in Mexico City for the opening of “Bridges in Times of Walls: Chicano/Mexican-American Art from Los Angeles to Mexico” at Museo de Arte Carrillo Gil in Mexico City, Mexico. This piece featured collaborations from Derek Holguin with projection mapping and video, and Andrew Eastman with sound design. Gabriela Ruiz performed with live music for the opening of the show. Curated by Julián Bermúdez.

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