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Vick Quezada (they/them) is an interdisciplinary artist, exploring hybrid forms in Indigenous-Latinx history and the function of these histories in contested lands, primarily in the U.S.-Mexico Border. They work with a variety of mediums: video, performance, sculpture and ceramics. They incorporate found objects (man-made) and natural elements, like dirt, soil, flora, corn and combine them with found objects like bricks, reclaimed trash, chains, cans, and barbed wire. Works selected for the MMFF include: “Seed/Unseed” (2020, Vick Quezada, United States/Mexico, Video Performance, 15 min), “Destined for Gold” (2019), “High Grind, Low Wage” (2018). Introduction by Virginia McLaurin, UMass Amherst.
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