Claudia talks about her alter-ego, Rosa Hernandez and her many taboo performances.
About the speaker
Claudia is originally from Mexico. After earning a B.A. in Mass Communications (1988) and taking part in the Theater Company at the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education; she then studied photography at the University of Wisconsin – Stout. Upon her return to Mexico, she taught photography for many years in various institutions at the college level in Toluca, Mexico.
Claudia is an interdisciplinary artist with an interest in performance, photography, and video. Her studies include projects that observe the interactions between Mexican and American cultures, explorations of the modes of labor and works that reflect on the invisibility and inequality of women in an immigrant culture.
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Just question: what does art do to a militarized city like San Diego? — Claudia Cano