4-7 February 2016
Expo Reforma, Calle Morelos 67, Colonia Juárez, Delegación Cuauhtémoc, México DF, México 06600
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SPF15 is thrilled to announce our participation in the third edition of Material Art Fair, México City.

The sound of the wind and the waves crashing ignite your palette as you step to the edge of the terrestrial.[1] There is a certain eroticism, a certain danger, a certain…well edginess. Slowly stripping off your clothes,[2] your t-shirt brushes past your brow line. Avert your eyes.[3] Oh god I can’t stop staring.[4] Skin. Sweat. How do your feet feel as they dig into the sand? I forget my feet as I stare across a hundred million grains of sand at yours. They’re buried now, hiding from the sun. How do we seek definition to form as our bodies slip in and out of the earth? In and out of the water?[5] I trace my insides with a puff of smoke from my Capri. Illusory. Minty.[6] Filled with tar. I exhale.

[1] Tim Mann
[2] Chelsea Culprit
[3] Josh Reames
[4] Michael Assiff
[5] Kim Schreiber

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Material Art Fair (Office)
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Morgan Mandalay is an UC San Diego Department of Visual Arts MFA candidate and curator of SPF15. For more about his work, please visit:
http://morganmandalay.com/

Image is courtesy of Artist Morgan Mandalay.