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Fat Boy (2013)

by Teo Castellanos D-Projects November 15-17, 2013 To have and have not: Fat Boy is a compelling multi-disciplinary performance that explores global themes of scarcity, abundance, poverty, and consumerism. The inspiration for this piece was Castellanos’ travel to India and his experience with poverty at a train station in Mumbai. Coming face-to-face with world poverty

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Intersections: Reflections of Home and Migration (2005)

INTERSECTIONS: REFLECTIONS OF HOME AND MIGRATION Commissioned work by Hector Dio Mendoza November 11—December 31, 2005 MACLA commissioned Hector Dio Mendoza, a Bay Area-based installation artist who frequently uses an ethnographic approach to bridge the gap between “high art” and community work, to create an installation informed by the residents of the William/Reed Corridor, the

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Securitree by ToroLab (2004)

SECURITREE BY TOROLAB Commissioned work by Torolab November 10–December 31, 2004 Securitree is a site-specific installation by the Tijuana-based new media artist collective Torolab. Torolab examines the fact that San Jose has been ranked as the “Safest Big City in America” with populations over 500,000 for the last several years. Securitree includes their observations of

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