Día de los Muertos 2018 Presents: TechnoTihuacan

October 25, 2018 6-9pm
SOMArts, 934 Brannan Street

TechnoTichuacan combines live DJing and Video Art remixing into a living, digital mural exploring the intersectional story of Latinx contemporary life. This performance/video exhibition examines border politics, de-colonialism, queer sex, Afro Latinx visibility, pop culture, trans identity, and spirituality. These videos, a mix of original creations and curated works, will be synced with techno/cumbia/quebradita/salsa music remixes that aim to respond to and support the digital visuals.

Produced by Rob Fatal and DJ Bianca Oblivion, TechnoTihuacan uses DJing, mixing, and remixing to sew together  fractured narratives of Latinx life into a cohesive, large scale video mural edited together live on stage in front of the audience. This event will be held on Thursday, October 25, 6–9 pm, $12–15 sliding scale admission. 

TechnoTihuacan Video Artists
Guillermo Galindo y Zen Cohen
San Cha
Sula Bermudez-Silverman
Xitlalli Sixta-Tarin Sanchez
Paula Pinho Martins Nacif
Cinnamon maxine
Mason J
Ramses Rodstein
Blessed Devourer
Rose Arellano
Alex Hernandez
Elizabeth Gomez
Aida Lizalde
Fluidos Sudakas
Tere Sanchez De Tagle-Bartels


Related Events:
Honoring Our Ancestors by Fighting for the Future
Día de los Muertos 2018
On View: Friday, October 12–Friday, November 9, 2018
Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday, 12-7pm Saturday, 11-5pm & Sunday, 11-3pm
Free admission during regular gallery hours

Honoring our Ancestors by Fighting for the Future
Día de los Muertos 2018
Closing Reception
Friday, November 9, 2018, 6–9pm
$7–10 sliding scale admission
The final opportunity to view and interact with the altars features live music, artist market,  and interactive installations.

Image credits: TechnoTihuacan logo by Lesser Gods Art

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