Ni Chana Ti-Juana
Date: November 16, 2013
'Ni Chana ni Juana' is an expression used in Mexico to speak about a condition or situation defined by a lack of resolution: not one or the other, neither here nor there. The exhibition Ni Chana Ti-Juana, opening on November 16 at 18th Street Arts Center, takes this platitude as a conceptual point of departure. Ni Chana Ti-Juana will present work produced during the first-year project in the Otis Graduate Public Practice Program after three trips to Camino Verde, a community in Tijuana, Baja California.
The research projects have been facilitated by Bill Kelley Jr. and Cognate Collective, with the assistance of Polen Audiovisual and in collaboration with Centro Comunitario Camino Verde, Casa de las Ideas, and community organizers Don Polo, Alma López, and Tico Orozco.
An opening reception for Ni Chana Ti-Juana will be held on November 16 from 6-9pm. The exhibition will be open through December, culminating in a conversation at the Otis Graduate Public Practice studios on December 7 at 12pm.
RSVP recommended: http://opening16nov2013.eventbrite.com/
You can also visit the event's website at: 18thstreet.org/events/ni-chana-ti-juana
For more information contact: [email protected]
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