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Priscila Monge
Lección de Maquillaje / Make-up Lesson Video Still
Viology: Violence of Culture & Cultures of Violence
9/28/2002 - 11/23/2002
An exploration of artists’ responses to the manifestations of violence that afflict communities north and south of the US/Mexico border, ranging from entertainment to domestic, political, and institutional violence. Traveled to Reynolds Gallery, University of the Pacific, Stockton CA (Nov.1-Dec. 12, 2003). Curated by Carolina Ponce de León.
  Galería Exhibitions We Carry A Home With Us: Post-Immigrant Reflections <2002>
Photographic Memory & Other Shots in the Dark <2002>
Digital Mural Project: Robert J. Sanchez and Richard A. Lou (Los Anthropolocos) <2002>
Tania Bruguera: Performance Night <2002>
Paper Tigers <2002>
Digital Mural Project: Liliana Porter <2002>
Substance of Choice <2002>
The Resurrection of Tigilau <2002>
Digital Mural Project: Armando Rascón <2002>
Viology: Violence of Culture & Cultures of Violence <2002>
Related Media for this Exhibition
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Myself as Manga <b>Sueños [Dreams]</b>
Torn bedsheet & graphite on wall
<b>Machuca, Segovia, Antioquia, Colombia 1998</b>
Funeral of victims killed by an ELN (National Liberation Army) guerrilla attack against the central oil duct, near Segovia, in northwest Colombia. The nighttime assault caused 20.000 gallons of  crude oil to flow into the Pocuné, river near the village of Machuca. Minutes later an explosion destroyed the vegetation, a part of the village and the life of 66 civilians. Dozens more were injured. The guerrilla groups ELN and FARC constantly blast the oil ducts to sabotage the oil production. 

<b>Bloody Day</b>
(Performance pants) <b>Low-Han-Ger No 02</b>
Industrial materials <b>Mis Manos, Mi Fortuna/
My Hands, My Fortune</b> <b>Life Lines/Líneas de Vida</b> 
Video Still <b>Lección de Maquillaje / Make-up Lesson </b>
Video Still <b>In collaboration with David Goldberg</b> 
Tactics of Reassemblage <b>Te sientas, te mueres [You Sit, You Die]</b>
Flourescent lights, cables, electricity, and paper listing names of all the people executed by electric chair in the US since it was first used in 1890.