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Mami's How to Be a Latina is a performance by Nathalie Moreno. Mami is a Cuban-American mom and lifestyle blogger from Miami who wants to advise women on the best ways to care for their family, home and man. Nathalie Moreno is a Cuban-American artist from Miami, Florida whose satirical series Ask Mami, is meant to raise questions over Latina stereotypes and the performativity of ethnicity.
On May 15th, at Rabbithole Projects, Mami will have a screening of her latest advice video, Ask Mami: Taking Care of Your Man, and then teach the audience how to be a Latina.
"INT." is the second collaborative theatre project at a developing stage between a filmmaker Brian Oh and a theatre maker Isa Sánchez. Through the story of a screenwriter trying to write a script, "INT." shows how an artist struggles with a personal loss and his artistic expression. Site-specific, placed in an art gallery as a flexible space for multiple spaces, the story delves into the artist's isolation, imagination and undefined limits between fiction and reality.
Brian Oh was born in Illinois, USA, raised in South Korea and spent time living in Germany as a teenager.
Shooting performance: Thursday, March 5th 7PM open to the public.
Opening reception: Friday, March 6th 6 to 9PM
Communities are made of people with commonalities but each individual has their own story. As a photographer, I often meet strangers and am tasked with making a photograph that reveals something about them. In this exercise I'll be pushing my own limits and challenging myself to make 24 portraits of 24 strangers in 24 hours.