During my time at the Rasquache Residency, I was also able to take photos of birds and butterflies in Cholula, Cancun, and Coapa. And create eight new Mexican Murmuration works, where the color and light/dark value of the photos were imported into 3D software and manipulated to create abstractions of the stunning living colors of Mexico.
The opening celebration for the residency was fantastic, and the music was stunning.
A family band called La Vieja El Cayuco Son Jarocho was playing and they had the crowd feeling warm and connected.
All were displayed in the Concina de Humo Gallery, Federico’s moms smoke kitchen turned into a gallery. I LOVE Mexico and the culture.