Durden and Ray, Los Angeles
My contribution for the group exhibition 360 Mind Games, a conceptual exploration of the freedoms, limitations and compositions of the circle, held at Durden and Ray & organized by La Estación Arte Contemporáneo of Chihuahua, Mexico is Multiverso 3, an interactive installation made of 2,000 circular raised street markers called “Botts” dots or “bollas” in Spanish, used to guide the flow of people within a city, taken from the streets of Chihuahua, Mexico & Los Angeles. Multiverso 1 was exhibited at the Agua Fuerte in Chihuahua using markers donated by a prominent city contractor. Multiverso 2 was presented for the Cerritos College Gallery’s Window Dressing project with the assistance of CalTrans. Multiverso 3 is a reunion and coming together of the discs from both Mexico and Los Angeles, an interactive installation that participants can walk inside a narrowing path that winds up in an intimate corner featuring the romantic view of downtown Los Angeles. Other participating for this exhibition include: Christoph Dahlhausen, Rocío Infestas, and Fernando Rascón.