Thoughts

Reflections on Glass and Water

Inspiration, Process

For the past 6 months I've revisited a project I left behind many years ago: Agua the Carnaval. I've revisited the project in a new context and somehow resulted on my first solo show. When I created the original concepts of  Agua the Carnaval in 2008 my goal was to communicate what it meant to be Panamanian. I had chosen to do so by creating a product for consumption.
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Performing “Being” a Man

identity

As I look at myself in the mirror and photograph myself as men I'm looking for answers and qualities to borrow from them. Why men? In my view,  because men have optionality on their identities and can fluctuate between their different personas with ease and acceptance.
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Now: Agua de Carnaval @ Casasola

Please come and join me during the open research phase of the exhibit Agua de Carnaval at Casasola in Panama City. The exhibit is open Monday through Saturday 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. by appointment only. To arrange a guided tour (English or Spanish) make an appointment here bit.ly/visitacasasola   The show is free and open to all ages.
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Fashion Activists by Clara Young

Very excited to be featured in May's issue of Fashion Magazine (Canada). The article by Clara Young shares the practice of Andrea Crews, Maison Margiela, Comme des Garçons, Miguel Adrover and myself.
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Sharing Methods

Notes on how Hacking Couture found its way to San José, Costa Rica.
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Hacking Couture @ MIT’s Hacking Arts Nov. 19 2016

Hacking Couture will be part of Hacking Arts 2016 @ MIT's Media Lab.
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Best Documentary PFFF 2016

awards, press, video

I'm so happy for the been awarded the best documentary for the short showcasing my process for Hacking Couture at the Panama Fashion Film Festival 2016.
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Official Selection of the Panama Fashion Film Festival

Recognitions

September 30 – October 1st 2016 Panama City, Panama.
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