Candy Alexandra González on creating ethnographic art about migration, identity, and healing
Wit speaks with artist, activist, and current 40th Street AIR resident Candy Alexandra González! Tune into their conversation about vulnerability, book arts, activism, long exposure photography, and more. Their upcoming solo exhibition, "Mirror Talk," opens at 40th Street AIR on Saturday, April 13, at 12pm. This 31 minute podcast episode was recorded on March 20, 2019.

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Candy Alexandra González. Photo courtesy of Wit López
Candy Alexandra González. Photo courtesy of Wit López

Wit has a conversation with artist, activist, and current 40th Street AIR resident Candy Alexandra González about the beauty and vulnerability of using their lived experiences in their art. Candy speaks about their practice in book arts, poetry, their activism around migration and body positivity, and their exploration into long exposure photography for their upcoming solo exhibition at 40th Street AIR, Mirror Talk, which opens Saturday, April 13, at 12pm. This 31 minute podcast episode was recorded on March 20, 2019, with joy, in The Galleries at Moore.

Thanks to Matt Kalasky, who invited Artblog to record podcasts at the Gallery at Moore’s TGMR internet radio station.

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40th street air, activist, body positivity, book arts, Candy Alexandra González, long exposure photography, migration activism

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