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Emmanuel Arambula

Emmanuel Nuno Arambula, Push, Mono Rosa de TejAztlan

STUDIO
currently houseless

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Medium

/ Aerosol Art, Conceptual Art, Digital Art, Film/Video, Installation /Site-specific Art, Mixed-Media, New/Digital Media, Painting, Participatory/Relational Art, Photography, Social Practice, Urban Interventions, Street Art, Performance Art, Public Art

Art Training
Self Taught

Professional Organizations

COUNTER CRAWL 2011-2013 CounterCrawl, inaugurated July 9, 2011 will feature art, music, community, and sustainability along a multi-stop bike crawl of DIY, non-profit, and artist-run spaces. CONTINUUM PERFORMANCE ART & Experimental Action June 2013 - May 2015 Continuum Performance Art A social sculpture that provides Houston's performance artists with opportunities for collaboration. ANNUNAKI$ ART COLLECTIVE April 2011 - PRESENT ‚Äč Annunaki$ is a Houston based art collective that aims to transform our environment and encourage community sustainability through art.Founded in 2010, Annunaki$ currently consists of six diverse members: Jajah Gray, Nina Marinick, Emmanuel Nuno Arambula, Julieta Cahue, Eddie Martinez, and Uriel Landeros. Together we explore the mediums of painting, sculpture, graphic design, performance, and street art.

What impact do you want to have with your art?

stop ice, change the world, live in a radical co op ranch, have children.

Artists Statement

“My cultural work is interdisciplinary, and includes performance art, visual installations, sound, parties, street theater, earth works, environmental intervention, . I make both solo and collaborative performances that often address a social political issue. My work is informed by my own spiritual agency. thru ceremony; critical race analysis; queer theory; the social/politics of the body. I am interested in creating cultural work that is directly influenced by Set & Setting and aimed towards community building.”

Artists Biography

I was raised by coyotes from Rio Grande Valley, i am here in Houston to welcome back Kukulkan thru the 4 winds.