Deslave is a project space for the discussion and exhibition of contemporary art, with an emphasis on performative, digital and conceptual practices as well as experimentation on mediums and non-traditional modes of expression. The project maintains an interest to act as a collaborative platform for the generation of affection among those involved and the proposal of social or aesthetic concerns through a critical dialogue. Currently located in Tijuana, it is run by Mauricio Muñoz and Andrew Roberts.
Cristobal Colón y o Av. H No. 923, Zona Centro, Tijuana, B.C., 22000, México.
(Between Tercera y Cuarta streets, one block from Parque Teniente Guerrero)
Visits only by appointment or during one of our events.
+52 664 349 3841
Lissa Corona, Lena Wolek, Wendy Cabrera Rubio, Claudia Moreno, Yolanda Leal, Wren Gardiner, Rocío Lomelí, Viri Florentti, Olivia Vivanco, Chantal Peñalosa and Karina Villalobos
Selection by Mauricio Muñoz and Paloma Contreras Lomas
The show brings together the work of eleven Mexican and American female artists, dealing with the tensions imposed violently upon their bodies, and also those situations of tension in the north of Mexico in relation to the border and its policies of violence and migration.
Lena Wolek, Harvesting Cross Countries, 8"15'
Lissa Corona, Pull, 3"31'
Wendy Cabrera Rubio, La historia la escriben los vencedores, 5"50'
Claudia Morero, Corrector, 6"52'
Yolanda Leal, Fuck Paisaje, 3"41'
Wren Gardiner, Growing Up Vegetarian, 9"20'
Rocío Lomelí, Ablución, 2"16'
Viri Florentti, Reflexión Especular, 1"25'
Olivia Vivanco, Los Días, 3"16'
Chantal Peñalosa, El Rastro, 4"50'
Karina Villalobos, Mayoría de edad, 2"04'