Art in General presents a newly commissioned installation by Postcommodity, marking the collective’s first solo exhibition in New York. Composed of artists Raven Chacon, Cristóbal Martínez, and Kade L. Twist, Postcommodity’s multidisciplinary practice reveals and examines Indigenous cultural narratives and their relationships to broader social, political, and economic dialogues and actions. For the exhibition Coyotaje, Postcommodity continues its several years-long investigation of the military and economic life of the US-Mexico borderlands, highlighting the complex dynamics between US Border Patrol, the communities living in the San Pedro River Valley region, and individuals moving across the border. This exhibition is curated by Kristen Chappa and made possible through Art in General’s New Commissions Program. It is included in a season-long exploration of the politics related to geographic boundaries and the histories, possession, and accessibility of land. READ MORE HERE
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IMAGE: Postcommodity, Es más alcanzable de lo que se imaginaban, 2017 (installation view). Curated by Kristen Chappa. Courtesy Art in General and the artists. Photo: Charles Benton.