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Sanctuary City Project,
Who Counts in America?, 2020.
Animation and a series of photographs documenting work in the public space.
Courtesy the artists.
The Sanctuary City Mobile Print Cart, 2017–Present.
The Sanctuary Print Shop, 2017–Present. Text Based Installation. (de)Appropriation Wall, San Francisco. Commissioned by the San Francisco Arts Commission
The Country of the Immigrant is Here, 2018, Billboard on Mission Street between 19th and 20th, San Francisco. In collaboration with For Freedoms Billboard Initiative.
The Sanctuary Mobile Print Cart, 2017–Present
The Sanctuary Print Shop, text based and print shop installation, 2017-present. Commissioned by the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
Who Counts in America? is part of Come to Your Census: Who Counts in America?, an art and civic experience intended to drive awareness and mobilize the diverse communities of the Bay Area around the urgent, long-term impact of the 2020 US Census.
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As part of the digital experience Come to Your Census: Who Counts in America? YBCA has asked participating artists to respond to prompts around activism, community-building, and art, in the format of the Census’s 9 questions.