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"Invasive Species"

With a title that might bring to mind such pesky flora and fauna as Bermudagrass, feral hogs, bastard cabbage and Zebra mussels, Artpace’s “Invasive Species” unites a trio of San Antonio-based artists bound by their alternative approaches to landscapes. Current chair of the Southwest School of Art’s sculpture and integrated media department, Justin Boyd is an avid field recorder but also creates installations, sculptures and videos in search of “true American spirit and inspiration.” An El Paso native celebrated for her Mexic-Arte Museum show “Voces de las Pérdidas,” Adriana Corral (pictured) addresses serious themes—including femicide and violence in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico—via installations and performances incorporating everything from ceramic body-bag tags to soil from crime scenes and rubbings of court documents. Nature, sexuality and the male form are key themes for Joey Fauerso, who teaches art at Texas State University and is known for atmospheric works encompassing painting, video and animation. On view in the Hudson (Show)Room through January, “Invasive Species” runs concurrently with local artist Jimmy James Canales’ new series of “exploits, experiments and performances” created for Artpace’s Window Works program.

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  • Artpace

    445 N. Main Ave., San Antonio San Antonio

    (210) 212-4900

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