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- April 10, 1994
Guillermo Gómez-Peña and Roberto Sifuentes staged “The Cruci-Fiction Project” in 1994, attaching themselves to 12 by 8 foot crosses at Rodeo Beach, Marin Headlands Park in front of 300 invited guests and members of the press. The performance was meant to be a critique of the state-sponsored enmity of people of color, specifically Latinos, in California. Roberto Sifuentes represents the generic gang member who has been crucified by the Los Angeles Police Department.
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paper; 5 x 7 inches
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From the series, "Rituals for the End of the Century." Photograph by Neph Navas. Image taken from a promotional postcard.
Golden Gate National Recreation Area (Marin, California)
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