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Recology Retrospective @ SF Camerawork

We Always Progress, with Ingrid Rojas Contreras, HD Video, 4 min, 2016

We Always Progress, with Ingrid Rojas Contreras, HD Video, 4 min, 2016

Photography and Video Retrospective
Dec 1, 2016 - Jan 28, 2017
SF Camerawork

Reception Thursday, Dec 1, 6 – 8 pm

While its only been a year since I completed a residency at Recology, there is a legacy of artists who have used photography and video to build narratives, sets, and characters from recycled materials there. Photography and Video Retrospective of the Recology Artist in Residence Program is curated by Darrin Martin and includes works by Miguel Arzabe, Jamil Hellu, Robin Lasser, Jenny Odell, Kate Rhoades, Chris Sollars, and Nomi Talisman, among others. I will be exhibiting excerpts from the series of videos called Make Me Change Me. 

In its 26th year, the Recology SF AIR Program provides Bay Area artists with studio space at the Recology San Francisco Transfer Station and Recycling Center, as well as access to materials in the Public Disposal and Recycling Area (the public dump). Artists work for 4 months on-site, and residencies culminate in public 3-day exhibitions. Over 150 artists have had residencies since the program’s founding.


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