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On Record
April 11, 2018
Performance
Duration: 2.5 hours
"LA RAZA," curated by Amy Scott and Luis C. Garza, public programming by Brittany Campbell
Autry Museum of the American West, Griffith Park, Los Angeles, CA
T-shirt: Lambe Culo
Nails: Jeffrey Chavez

In the second iteration of On Record, I read all files from the Ernesto Chavez Collection of Chicano Movement FBI Records 1968-2011.

Documentation: Danielle Klebanow

2018_04_11



On Record
February 3, 2018
Performance
Duration: 6 hours
ELEVATOR MONDAYS at Other Places Art Fair, curated by Don Edler
Angels Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro, CA
Nails: Jeffrey Chavez

On Record is a performance in which I read news articles and official documents regarding the now-defunct INS/ICE San Pedro Processing Center on Terminal Island, which I am overlooking from Angels Gate Park. These texts weave together the tale of a detention facility that, from its inception in 1991, was the site of innumerable human rights violations. In 2007, the center came under public scrutiny for three major scandals, the most egregious of which was the death of Victoria Arellano, an HIV-positive, 23-year-old trans woman whose condition quickly deteriorated after being repeatedly denied medication. It closed soon thereafter for maintenance repairs and remains empty.

Documentation: Don Edler for ELEVATOR MONDAYS.

Press: "Site Pacific," Artforum Diary
"Artemisa Clark's 'On Record' at ELEVATOR MONDAYS at Other places art fair," unpublished

2018_02_03


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