Documenting the history of art in Tijuana, especially performance, and remembering its history by telling it to each other.
How to show a work from 1994 in present times, site-specificity, becoming a curator because no one else would curate works from your community.
About the challenges to show works in glass-enclosed buildings, considering proportions, adapting exhibitions to every space, and social engagement in architecture.
Considering the lineage of Chinese Art, partners in life and work, breaking down hierarchies and authorship.
Keeping an archive alive and thriving through publications, performance, and transnational collaborations.
Between Paris and Tunis, art making, writing, curation, films selection, and bathing in the depth of images.