Border Patrols of Popular Culture

On Feb­ru­ary 28, William Ner­ic­cio will present a work-in-progress, and deliver a pub­lic lec­ture, “Con­fes­sions of a Mex­i­can Amer­i­can Hoarder” or “Prowl­ing the Cau­casian Bes­tiary”: The Exis­ten­tial and Insane Con­se­quences of Col­lect­ing Latina/o Arti­facts and Stereo­types.” An exhibit of his work, “Mex­tasy: Seduc­tive Hal­lu­ci­na­tions of Latina/o Man­nequins Prowl­ing the Amer­i­can Uncon­scious,” will also be shown at the Samuel E. Kelly Eth­nic Cul­tural Cen­ter, Sec­ond Floor, at 3931 Brook­lyn Ave NE, Seat­tle, WA.

Sem­i­nar par­tic­i­pants con­sider how these works pro­voke us to think in new ways about aes­thetic expres­sions in Mex­i­can Amer­i­can pop culture.

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