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I am a gender non-conforming person of the austronesian and southeast asian diaspora, which has informed my focus on building intergenerational & intercultural knowledge in pursuit of liberation for all . I produce art in various mediums such as photo, video, installation and performance. My creative practice is rooted in musical composition and physical theater choreography. Some projects are alternative archives: collecting academic, ancestral or embodied knowledge and then recasting narratives. I reject the notion of monolithic hxstory and seek to disrupt Eurocentric and patriarchal knowledge through projects that center silences, whispers and invisibilities that are local, global, and personal. The textures unwound in my work are meant to be invitations to engage the audience with a question of how we may reckon and heal through our species-wide epidemic of violence and loss. For example, storytelling through stringed instruments and vocal songs, with intricate movement choreography are meant to be healing in their creation, recitation and reception. My practices as an artist, community member, educator and learner are grounded in a persistent curiosity about the potential of a collective imagination. Currently,  I am based on Ohlone Land (San Francisco, CA Bay Area), and was born and raised in Nisenan Land along the Buenaventura River (Sacramento, CA) - my surrounding ecosystems, loves and experiences sing melody to all that I am and do.


Interview with Christian Guerrero @ The  Filipino Garage podcast, Fall 2019

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