A concrete slab with an embedded porcelain jacket sits below a flood light. To its left is bagged earth from the US/Mexico border. Both forms placed next to one another speak on how sectarianism continues to alienate. Drawn from the impact media outlets and news reporters can have on migrants making their way into Northern countries, Se Vende, is a critique of their consideration of peoples. Though acknowledgment is considered a truth and recognition of a self is absent, contributing to an obviate mode of thinking of the general public who is on the receiving end obviate mode of thinking of the general public who is on the receiving end of the monitor or print. An action of reciprocity that does not take advantage or consider only the self is innate. This work asks if what is shown (sold) can be liberating.
Porcelain, concrete, US/MX earth, floodlight, nylon, wood.
4 x 10 x 4 ft.