Alberto Zayas Montilla (b. 1993 in Santurce, PR) researches the history of colonialism alongside the emancipatory cultures that respond, resist, and fight against imperialist violence, with special attention to the Caribbean as a space of transit throughout the history of the world. This acts as a departure point for his practice, which uses archival and personal photographs in order to engage with the history of painting, seeking to rescue and celebrate the broken memory that capital has sought to conquer
Made from available hardware store materials during the imposed government lockdown at the early stages of SARS - CoV - 2 pandemic. From Moca, PR
8.5" x 11/5" Acrylic on Sandpaper
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