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Almost alive

Cruces Creative, Las Cruces, New Mexico

The arms exist in a sea of red, mirroring the other wall and denoting associations with Mexico’s relationship to the color—to passion, to blood. The photographs in the exhibition are printed on textiles referencing female workers from the maquiladora factories, who make up the greatest percentage of the femicides in Juárez. The frames of the photographs allude to the pink crosses placed around the city to demarcate areas where a victim has been abducted or killed.


- Text from Review: The Distance is Very Frightening, Southwest Contemporary, 2020, Isadora Stowe

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