PINK LECHE & WABI SABI

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Performance Art and Installation Art. Second Saturday in April.

This exhibition is a focus on performance and installation art that integrates the body with narrative.

Join us Second Saturday, April 12th for an exhibition featuring PINK LECHE & ANGIE RIOJAS. This is one of three in a series of installation and performance-based exhibitions being highlighted by Lady Base Gallery for 2014.

PINK LECHE (Eric Cavazos) is a Queer Xican@ Feminist Electro performance artist creating unique experiences combining live music and contemporary art. This performance pushes Pink Leche’s persona into new heights and will be a true San Anto experience.

WABI SABI, an installation of found and lost jewelry collected by ANGIE RIOJAS is displayed in its new form to share its new life with the viewer. This jewelry has had multiple owners. Where has it been? How long has it been around? Was it ever loved? Angie considers each piece of jewelry in this installation to represent a different story and a different journey that finds a new home in WABI SABI.

PINK LECHE & WABI SABI Performance/Exhibition Schedule

6:30-6:45pm Begins

6:45-7:00pm Artist Talk (7 Minutes Each)

7:00-7:3pm Pink Leche (Gallery doors will be closed during these times)

7:30-8:00pm

8:00-8:30pm Pink Leche (Gallery doors will be closed during these times)

8:30-8:45pm

8:45-9:00pm Pink Leche (Gallery doors will be closed during these times)

9:00-9:30pm Ends

Opening Reception is April 12th. Evening begins at 6:30p until 9:30PM with scheduled performances by PINK LECHE every half hour until 8:30pm. Closing Reception May 10, 2014 6:30pm-9:30pm.@ Lady Base Gallery (Inside Gallista Gallery) 1913 S Flores 78204

Or by appointment @ ladybase210@gmail.com

About PINK LECHE

Eric Cavazos refers to his music as queer bass which blends R&B, Electro Post Punk, and Chopped and Screwed. Cavazos was inspired by other performance artists like Tracy + the Plastics and Jimmy James Canales who blend culture, identity, and music in their performances.

About ANGIE RIOJAS

Riojas states that using a person as a canvas is the most common way she uses her technical skills to create art. She is a hairstylist and makeup artist, collaborating with photographers and fashion designers to interpret their vision as she produces her own work presented through installations and fashion shows. Her mediums include fashion design, styling, painting, photography and curatorial projects.

About LADY BASE GALLERY

A site for the artistic practices of Women and LBGTQ community. It is an experimental initiative supporting the creative practices of those interested in practice-based research within their field and those artistic practices that cross disciplines using installation or performance-based work.Founded February 2013. Lady Base Gallery (Inside Gallista Gallery) 1913 S. Flores San Antonio., Texas 78204. More Information at https://ladybase210.wordpress.com/

 

 

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