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On Ash-Wednesday, 22nd, 2012, “Mexica” dancers from many clans of Mexico gathered in a rugged mountain town in the state of Guerrero, Mexico, to conduct a powerful ritual to honor the last emperor of the Indigenous people of Mexico, Cuatemoc whose bones are exhibited in a church on a mountain top in Ixcateopan. Although,...Read more →
I was brought up with an ateist father and he used to be anarcho-syndicalist. So there was a certain air of rebelliousness to him. When the other kids had to go to church a few times each year my father wrote notes to the school and told them that I didn’t have to go. So...Read more →
This piece was made in the summer of 2011. The model is my sister and as we both have a fascination for magical aspects of life. I made this one to celebrate her path on discovering her powers to create anything she dreams of. Our lives are in our hands to make what we want of it.
“I am, by thinly veiled design,
the threshold to other dimensions.
In my ending is my beginning.
The initatory gateway awaits.”
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