WE ARE ALL SPACE IN TIME, 2018
The PASEO Festival, Taos, NM
We Are All Space in Time was a collection of four site-responsive interactions, installations, and experiments that acknowledged the complexities of coexistence. Using technology to remix, surveille, map, and unearth, these projects investigated the contested spaces of extraction, ownership, history and the gaze. Each newly commissioned artwork confronted or subverted the spectacle of a nighttime arts festival through creative strategies that asserted the physical body and referenced the surrounding landscape. Merging poetry, film, performance, and surveillance, this group of artworks explored the human experience of living together in space and time.
Guest curated by Erin Elder We Are All Space in Time was presented as part of The 2018 PASEO Festival, an international participatory arts festival in northern New Mexico. The exhibition acknowledged the festival's occurrence on the unceded and occupied lands of indigenous Ute, Pueblos, Diné and North Tiwa.
Artists included: Sarah Ashkin, Anäis Duplan, Christine Howard Sandoval, and Winter Count (Ginger Dunnill, Cannupa Hanska Luger, Dylan McLaughlin)
The group of artists shared in a mini-retreat during the festival to share ideas and support each other's work.