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Albuquerque, NM 87102

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we are longing for a future that will never come

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Sanitary Tortilla Factory presents we are longing for a future that will never come, a project featuring a group of artists who collaboratively address the problematic and eroding narrative of a linear “future” of “progress” fueled by consumption, displacement of peoples and species and the commodification of the Earth. This type of future has been misleading, misrepresentative and inherently violent, especially for traditionally marginalized people, land-based peoples, and the Earth. Working entirely together with multi-media – bioart, textiles, performance, sound and video and photographic installation – the artists com/post these narratives to collaboratively com/pose the future they’re longing for. This project centers alternative futures, highlights trans and queer beauty through gender nonconforming expressions while also challenging notions of individuality and the hierarchy of humans as the dominant species. This project was supported, in part, by a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant 

we are longing for a future that will never come
Featuring collaborative works by
Kaitlin Bryson, Madeline Cass, Matea Friend, Emigdio Turner, Rowan Willow

With collaborative performances by
Azure Marie, Diego Medina, Beata Tsosie-Peña, and The ASMartians

February 12th – March 11th, 2022
Reception: February 12, 2022 from 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Performances

Thursday, March 3, 8 pm
THEE ASMaRtianz

Martian jazz trio THEE ASMaRtianz will be making their first landing. The trio produces technical and challenging free-jazz fusion, and this will be their first performance on planet earth. Experience martian frequency healing at 8 pm on Thursday.

Bios

The collective is composed of a group of queer, trans/non-binary and Indigenous artists, scientists, and activists. Kaitlin Bryson (queer artist and mycologist), Madeline Cass (queer multi-disciplinary artist and poet), Matea Friend (non-binary, queer new media artist), Azure Marie (trans/non-binary multidisciplinary artist), Diego Medina (Piro-Manso-Tiwa, artist and educator), Beata Tsosie-Peña (Santa Clara Pueblo environmental and reproductive health and justice organizer and poet), Emigdio Turner (trans/non-binary chemist and sound engineer), Rowan Willow (queer bio artist).