blackpineappleadee:

Working on a Marissa Alexander poster.. “If you do everything to get on the right side of the law, and it is a law that does not apply to you, where do you go from there?” - #marissaalexander #freemarrisaalexander

blackpineappleadee:

I still have a few paintings left for sale from my yard sale a month ago. Most are sliding scale. If you live in the Bay Area come over for a studio visit! If not email me and I can send you photos of what I have left. Adeeroberson@gmail.com This mixed media collage (36”x24”) is a portrait of a young Toni Morrison! 💚💜❤💛💙💚💜❤💛💙💚💜

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fyi i swear i’m a good native and they spelled “rez” as “res” in editing, not me.

http://www.thelesigh.com/2014/06/girl-spotlight-grace-rosario-perkins.html

saxtalaqway:

Sarah Biscarra Dilley + 
Grace Rosario Perkins

"WE WERE HERE FIRST"

mixed media/installation

dimensions vary

Passage and Place

Alley Cat Books
San Francisco, CA

National Queer Arts Festival 2014

Using thread to document the current status of Indian land held in trust by the federal government and creating alternative visual tools to mark landless and displaced tribes through three dimensional forms, this cross-tribal collaboration intends to draw attention to the shifting planes of enclosure and extraction: the colonial division of space is no longer limited to land but expanded to the minerals and water beneath it as well as the skies above. Layering textile, sculpture, illustration and family photographs to embody these multi-scalar struggles, the installation contends with the complexity and interdependence of personal and collective experiences. A visual challenge to the joint projects of attempted Indigenous elimination and the carving up of space according to colonial whim, these textiles-as-cosmology refuse to separate our cultures of origin from site, acknowledging that our languages, ceremonies, and senses of self are bound up in the questions of displacement, migration, and home.
saxtalaqway:

Sarah Biscarra Dilley + 
Grace Rosario Perkins

"WE WERE HERE FIRST"

mixed media/installation

dimensions vary

Passage and Place

Alley Cat Books
San Francisco, CA

National Queer Arts Festival 2014

Using thread to document the current status of Indian land held in trust by the federal government and creating alternative visual tools to mark landless and displaced tribes through three dimensional forms, this cross-tribal collaboration intends to draw attention to the shifting planes of enclosure and extraction: the colonial division of space is no longer limited to land but expanded to the minerals and water beneath it as well as the skies above. Layering textile, sculpture, illustration and family photographs to embody these multi-scalar struggles, the installation contends with the complexity and interdependence of personal and collective experiences. A visual challenge to the joint projects of attempted Indigenous elimination and the carving up of space according to colonial whim, these textiles-as-cosmology refuse to separate our cultures of origin from site, acknowledging that our languages, ceremonies, and senses of self are bound up in the questions of displacement, migration, and home.
saxtalaqway:

Sarah Biscarra Dilley + 
Grace Rosario Perkins

"WE WERE HERE FIRST"

mixed media/installation

dimensions vary

Passage and Place

Alley Cat Books
San Francisco, CA

National Queer Arts Festival 2014

Using thread to document the current status of Indian land held in trust by the federal government and creating alternative visual tools to mark landless and displaced tribes through three dimensional forms, this cross-tribal collaboration intends to draw attention to the shifting planes of enclosure and extraction: the colonial division of space is no longer limited to land but expanded to the minerals and water beneath it as well as the skies above. Layering textile, sculpture, illustration and family photographs to embody these multi-scalar struggles, the installation contends with the complexity and interdependence of personal and collective experiences. A visual challenge to the joint projects of attempted Indigenous elimination and the carving up of space according to colonial whim, these textiles-as-cosmology refuse to separate our cultures of origin from site, acknowledging that our languages, ceremonies, and senses of self are bound up in the questions of displacement, migration, and home.
saxtalaqway:

Sarah Biscarra Dilley + 
Grace Rosario Perkins

"WE WERE HERE FIRST"

mixed media/installation

dimensions vary

Passage and Place

Alley Cat Books
San Francisco, CA

National Queer Arts Festival 2014

Using thread to document the current status of Indian land held in trust by the federal government and creating alternative visual tools to mark landless and displaced tribes through three dimensional forms, this cross-tribal collaboration intends to draw attention to the shifting planes of enclosure and extraction: the colonial division of space is no longer limited to land but expanded to the minerals and water beneath it as well as the skies above. Layering textile, sculpture, illustration and family photographs to embody these multi-scalar struggles, the installation contends with the complexity and interdependence of personal and collective experiences. A visual challenge to the joint projects of attempted Indigenous elimination and the carving up of space according to colonial whim, these textiles-as-cosmology refuse to separate our cultures of origin from site, acknowledging that our languages, ceremonies, and senses of self are bound up in the questions of displacement, migration, and home.

saxtalaqway:

Sarah Biscarra Dilley +
Grace Rosario Perkins

"WE WERE HERE FIRST"

mixed media/installation

dimensions vary

Passage and Place

Alley Cat Books
San Francisco, CA

National Queer Arts Festival 2014

Using thread to document the current status of Indian land held in trust by the federal government and creating alternative visual tools to mark landless and displaced tribes through three dimensional forms, this cross-tribal collaboration intends to draw attention to the shifting planes of enclosure and extraction: the colonial division of space is no longer limited to land but expanded to the minerals and water beneath it as well as the skies above. Layering textile, sculpture, illustration and family photographs to embody these multi-scalar struggles, the installation contends with the complexity and interdependence of personal and collective experiences. A visual challenge to the joint projects of attempted Indigenous elimination and the carving up of space according to colonial whim, these textiles-as-cosmology refuse to separate our cultures of origin from site, acknowledging that our languages, ceremonies, and senses of self are bound up in the questions of displacement, migration, and home.

saxtalaqway:

sample materials from upcoming collaborative work by grace rosario perkins and sarah biscarra dilley

passage and place

National Queer Arts Festival 2014

hhhhiiii:

saxtalaqway:

sample materials from upcoming collaborative work by grace rosario perkins and sarah biscarra dilley

passage and place
National Queer Arts Festival 2014

Jeepneys (Anna Luisa Petrisko) presents OLINGLINGO:::EXPERIMENTAL OPERA & VIDEO INSTALLATION at Human Resources LA on Saturday June 28, 2014. Doors open at 8pm and performances begin at 9pm. Special guest performance by The God Doll and COOLWORLD DJ’s throughout the night. 
 
OLINGLINGO is a ceremony that invokes our ancestral memories from past and future, earth and outer-space. In a total submergence of song, movement, video and language, the OLINGLINGOANS move ecstatically through prismatic portals, conjuring ancestoric magic to heal and give thanks. In an embodied collective reminiscence, we remember we are all baby ancients ruled by ancient love. This is our decolonizing spaceship. We are all spaceships. We are all OLINGLINGO. 
 
Doors 8pm 
Video installations by Jeepneys + Lionel Williams  
Refreshments by AMRA 
COOL WORLD DJs Crasslos and Jeffzilla 
 
Performance 9pm with 
Special Guest: The God Doll 
 
OLINGLINGO 
A Jeepneys Opera 
Production & Curatorial Wizardry by Oscar Santos 
Set Design & Ecstatic Visioning by Ramzi Hibri 
Choreography by Caitlin Adams
 
THE OLINGLINGOANS 
Ramzi Hibri 
Caitlin Adams 
Oscar Santos
Kelsey Lanceta  
Tiara Jackson
Lionel Williams
David Park
David Paha
TravisD
Bob & Ligaya Petrisko 
 
Featuring:
Videos by Chloe Miller   
Custom spacesuits by Ani Bujko 
 
Followed by a dance party with COOLWORLD DJs Crasslos and Jeffzilla. 
 
Anna Luisa Petrisko aka Jeepneys is a multidisciplinary artist residing somewhere between Los Angeles and outer-space. Jeepneys is named after the colorful and iconic public transportation vehicles that populate the Philippine islands, originating from discarded U.S. WWII army jeeps. In the spirit of that reinvention, Jeepneys uses Earthly materials to create other-worldy sounds, movements, and visuals, manifesting “electro Pinayism waves” that travel through space and time to heal and inspire love. Navigating through science (non)fictional terrains and magical landscapes, Jeepneys sows a deep spiritual connection with her environment, ancestors, and intuition. She is constantly seeking the wisdom of the cosmos and exploring the infinite possibilities to heal through art and music. 
 
Jeepneys has exhibited at the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT), MOMA PS1, the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time Presents, and the ALOUD series for LA Public Library. She has toured the United States and Europe as a solo performer and is a member of the all women of color artists’ group, Black Salt Collective. 
 
www.jeepneysjeepneys.com 
http://blacksaltcollective.tumblr.com 
 
Jeepneys (Anna Luisa Petrisko) presents OLINGLINGO:::EXPERIMENTAL OPERA & VIDEO INSTALLATION at Human Resources LA on Saturday June 28, 2014. Doors open at 8pm and performances begin at 9pm. Special guest performance by The God Doll and COOLWORLD DJ’s throughout the night. 
 
OLINGLINGO is a ceremony that invokes our ancestral memories from past and future, earth and outer-space. In a total submergence of song, movement, video and language, the OLINGLINGOANS move ecstatically through prismatic portals, conjuring ancestoric magic to heal and give thanks. In an embodied collective reminiscence, we remember we are all baby ancients ruled by ancient love. This is our decolonizing spaceship. We are all spaceships. We are all OLINGLINGO. 
 
Doors 8pm 
Video installations by Jeepneys + Lionel Williams  
Refreshments by AMRA 
COOL WORLD DJs Crasslos and Jeffzilla 
 
Performance 9pm with 
Special Guest: The God Doll 
 
OLINGLINGO 
A Jeepneys Opera 
Production & Curatorial Wizardry by Oscar Santos 
Set Design & Ecstatic Visioning by Ramzi Hibri 
Choreography by Caitlin Adams
 
THE OLINGLINGOANS 
Ramzi Hibri 
Caitlin Adams 
Oscar Santos
Kelsey Lanceta  
Tiara Jackson
Lionel Williams
David Park
David Paha
TravisD
Bob & Ligaya Petrisko 
 
Featuring:
Videos by Chloe Miller   
Custom spacesuits by Ani Bujko 
 
Followed by a dance party with COOLWORLD DJs Crasslos and Jeffzilla. 
 
Anna Luisa Petrisko aka Jeepneys is a multidisciplinary artist residing somewhere between Los Angeles and outer-space. Jeepneys is named after the colorful and iconic public transportation vehicles that populate the Philippine islands, originating from discarded U.S. WWII army jeeps. In the spirit of that reinvention, Jeepneys uses Earthly materials to create other-worldy sounds, movements, and visuals, manifesting “electro Pinayism waves” that travel through space and time to heal and inspire love. Navigating through science (non)fictional terrains and magical landscapes, Jeepneys sows a deep spiritual connection with her environment, ancestors, and intuition. She is constantly seeking the wisdom of the cosmos and exploring the infinite possibilities to heal through art and music. 
 
Jeepneys has exhibited at the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT), MOMA PS1, the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time Presents, and the ALOUD series for LA Public Library. She has toured the United States and Europe as a solo performer and is a member of the all women of color artists’ group, Black Salt Collective. 
 
www.jeepneysjeepneys.com 
http://blacksaltcollective.tumblr.com 
 
Jeepneys (Anna Luisa Petrisko) presents OLINGLINGO:::EXPERIMENTAL OPERA & VIDEO INSTALLATION at Human Resources LA on Saturday June 28, 2014. Doors open at 8pm and performances begin at 9pm. Special guest performance by The God Doll and COOLWORLD DJ’s throughout the night. 
 
OLINGLINGO is a ceremony that invokes our ancestral memories from past and future, earth and outer-space. In a total submergence of song, movement, video and language, the OLINGLINGOANS move ecstatically through prismatic portals, conjuring ancestoric magic to heal and give thanks. In an embodied collective reminiscence, we remember we are all baby ancients ruled by ancient love. This is our decolonizing spaceship. We are all spaceships. We are all OLINGLINGO. 
 
Doors 8pm 
Video installations by Jeepneys + Lionel Williams  
Refreshments by AMRA 
COOL WORLD DJs Crasslos and Jeffzilla 
 
Performance 9pm with 
Special Guest: The God Doll 
 
OLINGLINGO 
A Jeepneys Opera 
Production & Curatorial Wizardry by Oscar Santos 
Set Design & Ecstatic Visioning by Ramzi Hibri 
Choreography by Caitlin Adams
 
THE OLINGLINGOANS 
Ramzi Hibri 
Caitlin Adams 
Oscar Santos
Kelsey Lanceta  
Tiara Jackson
Lionel Williams
David Park
David Paha
TravisD
Bob & Ligaya Petrisko 
 
Featuring:
Videos by Chloe Miller   
Custom spacesuits by Ani Bujko 
 
Followed by a dance party with COOLWORLD DJs Crasslos and Jeffzilla. 
 
Anna Luisa Petrisko aka Jeepneys is a multidisciplinary artist residing somewhere between Los Angeles and outer-space. Jeepneys is named after the colorful and iconic public transportation vehicles that populate the Philippine islands, originating from discarded U.S. WWII army jeeps. In the spirit of that reinvention, Jeepneys uses Earthly materials to create other-worldy sounds, movements, and visuals, manifesting “electro Pinayism waves” that travel through space and time to heal and inspire love. Navigating through science (non)fictional terrains and magical landscapes, Jeepneys sows a deep spiritual connection with her environment, ancestors, and intuition. She is constantly seeking the wisdom of the cosmos and exploring the infinite possibilities to heal through art and music. 
 
Jeepneys has exhibited at the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT), MOMA PS1, the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time Presents, and the ALOUD series for LA Public Library. She has toured the United States and Europe as a solo performer and is a member of the all women of color artists’ group, Black Salt Collective. 
 
www.jeepneysjeepneys.com 
http://blacksaltcollective.tumblr.com 
 

Jeepneys (Anna Luisa Petrisko) presents OLINGLINGO:::EXPERIMENTAL OPERA & VIDEO INSTALLATION at Human Resources LA on Saturday June 28, 2014. Doors open at 8pm and performances begin at 9pm. Special guest performance by The God Doll and COOLWORLD DJ’s throughout the night.

 

OLINGLINGO is a ceremony that invokes our ancestral memories from past and future, earth and outer-space. In a total submergence of song, movement, video and language, the OLINGLINGOANS move ecstatically through prismatic portals, conjuring ancestoric magic to heal and give thanks. In an embodied collective reminiscence, we remember we are all baby ancients ruled by ancient love. This is our decolonizing spaceship. We are all spaceships. We are all OLINGLINGO.

 

Doors 8pm

Video installations by Jeepneys + Lionel Williams  

Refreshments by AMRA

COOL WORLD DJs Crasslos and Jeffzilla

 

Performance 9pm with

Special Guest: The God Doll

 

OLINGLINGO

A Jeepneys Opera

Production & Curatorial Wizardry by Oscar Santos

Set Design & Ecstatic Visioning by Ramzi Hibri

Choreography by Caitlin Adams

 

THE OLINGLINGOANS

Ramzi Hibri

Caitlin Adams

Oscar Santos

Kelsey Lanceta  

Tiara Jackson

Lionel Williams

David Park

David Paha

TravisD

Bob & Ligaya Petrisko

 

Featuring:

Videos by Chloe Miller   

Custom spacesuits by Ani Bujko

 

Followed by a dance party with COOLWORLD DJs Crasslos and Jeffzilla.

 

Anna Luisa Petrisko aka Jeepneys is a multidisciplinary artist residing somewhere between Los Angeles and outer-space. Jeepneys is named after the colorful and iconic public transportation vehicles that populate the Philippine islands, originating from discarded U.S. WWII army jeeps. In the spirit of that reinvention, Jeepneys uses Earthly materials to create other-worldy sounds, movements, and visuals, manifesting “electro Pinayism waves” that travel through space and time to heal and inspire love. Navigating through science (non)fictional terrains and magical landscapes, Jeepneys sows a deep spiritual connection with her environment, ancestors, and intuition. She is constantly seeking the wisdom of the cosmos and exploring the infinite possibilities to heal through art and music.

 

Jeepneys has exhibited at the Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT), MOMA PS1, the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time Presents, and the ALOUD series for LA Public Library. She has toured the United States and Europe as a solo performer and is a member of the all women of color artists’ group, Black Salt Collective.

 

www.jeepneysjeepneys.com

http://blacksaltcollective.tumblr.com

 

blackpineappleadee:

#fbf To making an experimental documentary with my best friends. Infinite love to you Queens 🙌 @saxtalaqway @fanciulla_chinchilla @gracerosarioo @jeepneys #blacksaltcollective

saxtalaqway:

changeful luster (for juana maria)
mixed media
16” x 14”
2014
saxtalaqway:

changeful luster (for juana maria)
mixed media
16” x 14”
2014
saxtalaqway:

changeful luster (for juana maria)
mixed media
16” x 14”
2014

saxtalaqway:

changeful luster (for juana maria)

mixed media

16” x 14”

2014