Decolonizing Street Art

Decolonizing Street Art

Collaboration with Mazatl Looking Back is a graphic mural activating a separation wall on the corner of 1st and N Street in NoMa in Washington DC and is part of the larger 5 x 5 project. Curator Stephanie Sherman invited Dignidad Rebelde to participate in the 5 x 5...
DC5x5 – Home is Where the Heart Is

DC5x5 – Home is Where the Heart Is

Collaboration with Mazatl Looking Back is a graphic mural activating a separation wall on the corner of 1st and N Street in NoMa in Washington DC and is part of the larger 5 x 5 project. Curator Stephanie Sherman invited Dignidad Rebelde to participate in the 5 x 5...
Dignidad Rebelde @ Galeria de la Raza

Dignidad Rebelde @ Galeria de la Raza

The four portraits of ancestors from the Nisenan tribe were placed on the mountain side at the For-Site Foundation in Nevada City. The portraits look out to the buttes situated to the west of the mountain they were sitting on. In this direction where the sun sets...