installation: dirt, clay, water, ceramics, 14’ x 20’ x 12’
Working is Living, 2020
Conceptual performance narrative touching upon the ideas about generations of farming, and nature's law of the land, which includes but not limited to the right to work the land with the responsibilities to take care and replenish the soil, never over exhausting it, and never claiming ownership of its body. Thinking about our origins evolving from the land, and the many generations who grow the foods for the community. How are they affected by our social and environmental pandemics, and what precautions are being provided for their safety? Created and Performed by Caz Azevedo. materials: mud, clay, water, body, studio, and appropriated space.
A "matter-flow" study, the transition of material between stages, with a juxtaposition of movements and materials. Conceptual elements touch upon the blood in the land, and how does that affect the nurturing process of the Earth. Created and Performed by Caz Azevedo. materials: dirt, clay, lawn, hatchet, rake, body, and studio
Raking Generations, 2020
The objects in this video are created through a process of generation. The movement research is reaction to the action of the material. The conceptual narrative remembers those who have suffered and lost by the hands of others, and questions whose hands does the blood carry upon today. Created and Performed by Caz Azevedo. materials: ceramics, dirt, clay, rake, body, and studio
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