About the Art Installation:
“TRASH MEMORIES is the collection of visions and visual experiences of artists who have faced on their way interaction with the human body, litter and soil, as creator shaft”
Indira Urrutia (Chilean born) & Marc Hors (Barcelona, Spain) both photographers that had documented a four-year journey on a bicycle across the American Continent. A project in harmony with the essence of human being, evolution, adaptation, survival. Faced with a seemingly bleak world, humans and their presence in balance with chaos.
Caleb Duarte (Méxican Immigrant). In Collaboration with El Ambo Bajo, (an autonomous indigenous community from Chiapas MX) as an extension of the EZLN, Zapatista Movement. 2013 The body and the history it carries buried with out the material belongings of waste. Participating performing artists, Mia Eve Rollow and Emory Douglas.
Adrian Arias (American born in Peru) “God does not exist, we are what we eat, what we think, what we love” is the result of the work in progress “Beautiful Trash” launched in the de Young Museum in 2010, and exploring the strong influence of the trash in the human body and mind.