Weaving Voices: Women Artists and Night Poetry
This collaborative piece was made in commemoration of the artist's 23rd anniversary. It presents a compilation of forty-two woven voices of female artists and collaborators from multiple disciplines, as well as family and friends, reciting the poem "Los amigos" by Rosario Castellanos. The construction of this sound piece was carried out in order to emulate the progressive structure of a crochet fabric.
Weaving voices, 2020.
Beatriz Martina Lidia García Trejo
Beatriz Reyes Garcia
Carolina Reyes Garcia
Judith Reyes Garcia
Pamela Aguirre Perez
Fatima Aguirre Pérez
Natividad Yolanda Buendía Campos
Elizabeth Vázquez Buendía
Laura Nelli Vazquez Buendía
Cristina Arely Saucedo Vazquez
Teresa Olmedo Zavala
Daphne Arevalo Flowers
Maria del Socorro (Sukuri)
Ana Galán Souto
Frida Frías Villanueva
Karen González Basurto
Bianca Ashanti Santos
Sharely Guadalupe Cuellar Peláez
Mariel Alejandra Gutierrez Cedillo
Paulina Ruiz Toledo
Paulina Abril Vazquez Reyes
In the shade of the tree,
like someone who is weaving a garland,
we intertwine our songs.
We were gone
and lo and behold, we get together again.
The one who came from the north
brought the violent red flower of the cactus.
The one who came from the east has his face on fire
the same as summer.
And we, you and me and those who are being born
and leaving the mark of his hand in the south
we are just like the wind that passed through the jungle,
fervent and fragrant.