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Visiting Artist Lecture Series Presents:
Wednesday, February 8th, 6:30PM
UC San Diego, Warren Lecture Hall, Room 2001, 9500 Gilman Dr., La Jolla, California 92093
Erick Meyenberg talks about his UAG Exhibition, ANOMALIA.
Utilizing LED lights, music and physical space, Erick Meyenberg presents a four-dimensional diagram of the genetic coding of Mexicans, from the Colonial period through today. Using 22 individuals as subjects, Meyenberg calculated the percentage of indigenous, white, and black blood in each individual to create a three-dimensional genetic diagram. By plotting these findings the artist generates an immersive colored light and sound installation that is a symbolic reflection of the socio-economical structure that prevails in Mexico and other countries. The artist has made a new site-conditioned version of Étude taxonomique-comparative entre les Castes de la Nouvelle Espagne et celles du Mexique Contemporain in response to the interior architecture of the UAG.
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