Astrid Hadad: (De)Constructing Mexicanidad

Wednesday, November 29, 2017
7:30 pm - 9:30 pm, UCLA Hammer Museum - Billy Wilder Theater

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In this provocative performance-lecture, beloved Mexican artist Astrid Hadad explores the relationship between her work and Mexican culture and politics.

Known for over-the-top costumes and fusing Mexican and Latin music into a genre she calls "Heavy Nopal," Hadad skewers Mexican hypocrisy, machismo, and corruption from a cheeky feminist perspective.

For this program, Hadad recontextualizes popular Mexican symbols such as the virgin, the flag, the cactus, the heart, the mother, and the border.

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