The works of Mika Rottenberg and Luis Gispert use a heightened sense of reality to explore ideas of class, gender, and identity, including the Latinx experience in the context of capitalist society. Surrealist at times, their photography and video installations are filled with exuberant iconography and highly choreographed visual aesthetics. Livestream available on the Hood Museum of Art Facebook page.
Image: Luis Gispert, Untitled (Chain Mouth), 2002, fujiflex print. Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Anonymous Gift; 2018.37.122. © Luis Gispert. Photo by Sara Jamback.