is a new genre artist and anthropologist born and raised in Fresno, California. Focused on ritual and genetic memory, her work highlights the spiritual and physical resilience of people over time through the tending of gardens, turning poison into medicine:

 

 

1. Healing ourselves with what is available to us and what we are willing to seek out. What we can start right now.

2. The acceptance of modern art as a visual history of brown thoughts and bodies, not a european bourgeois phenomena.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Past work:  Nepantla: A Group Show; Fuck Boi Limpias;  Now The Sacred Corn is Poison;  Have Your Baby, Eat It TooModern Rituals: We Just Make This Shit Up!

CONTACT//  alejosorondo@gmail.com