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“Corporeal Landscapes”

Homebase, the unique interdisciplinary arts event/exhibition series that pairs sonic experimentalists with new media artists for immersive pop-up showcases, is back with another exciting grouping of creators. Curated by Rebekah Hurst and Jacob Bissell, Homebase is all about fostering creative freedom by “providing a platform for art that is not readily commodifiable and thus has fewer opportunities to be shown.” This incarnation of Homebase, entitled cis “an exploration of space with regard to the body. Site-specific installations and performances that manipulate audience perspectives of the contemporary landscape as augmented precepts act as points of engagement, dictating how the audience moves through space.” Featured artists are Jared Flores (experimental musician, improvisational wiz), Veronica Anne Salinas (intermedia artist and writer who explores soundscapes), Barbara Miñarro (multimedia artist who works brilliantly with textiles and installations) and Nicole Geary (multimedia artist concerned with humans’ relationships with the natural world).

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  • Sala Diaz

    517 Stieren St, San Antonio San Antonio

    (972) 900-0047

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