is a Mexican painter. She studied at San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, CA. Her work mixes her personal story with larger issues of gender, labor, sexuality, and race. The performances that informed her paintings in graduate school and during her Tournesol Award period portrayed her enacting domestic cleaning tasks in a little black cocktail dress and heels — ironing, mopping floors, and even sweeping the desert — next to the infamous wall at the Mexican border.
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