1. This video shows the process of how the piece "Water is Weapon" was printed by the art students at New Mexico State University. The print was developed by artist Favianna Rodriguez (red shirt and red streak in hair).

    You can see the completed art piece here:

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  2. (2008) color, 65 mins., documentary in Spanish, English, Japanese and Quechua. For every artist, the need to create and be heard is as basic as food and shelter. But what happens when you live in a country where the state clamps down on free thinkers, forcing artists to censure themselves? (2:30)

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  3. This video shows the artistic process for 11 of my most recent pieces, including prints and posters commissioned in 2008. Most of the art pieces in this video are from 2008. Video by Reed Rickert

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  4. This video documents a 14-artist delegation to Ecatepec, Mexico. Located near Mexico City, Ecatepec is one of the most densely populated areas in the country. I organized a group of artists activists to take to Mexico to conduct street art campaigns, graffiti murals, workshops, book release events, and solidarity work. Here is a short video by Reed Rickert and Geraldine Lozano, who documented the trip.

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  5. We head out to the San Francisco Center for the Book on Potrero Hill to watch a three-ton steamroller press linoleum block prints in the street.

    Produced by Carmel Wroth and Rhyen Coombs

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