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Su Wu, the imagination that curiosity sparks. Just by looking, the love of seeing, capturing and curating, she's formed her own details on what it means to work. Coming from LA to Mexico, she's brought along with her the pieces and echos of transformation, discovery, and magic. In the few short conversations we shared via email, I knew right away I was connected to an incredibly unique human with whom I cannot wait to meet in the flesh once our physical paths cross. Her answers below come with a flow and floral playfulness mixed in with what feels like a deep consideration...
A brief few moments in passing at a Portuguese artists' home is how I met Bence. Those moments where all I needed to know something powerful was in front of me. Powerful with a gentle voice, beautiful face, and curious mind. I watched a film my girlfriend made, where he, one of the featured, read aloud a poem over the recorded moments in time that he danced between. His words and the way he spoke them felt like a love story I was a part of. That is how his art works. He pulls you into seeing form but leaves you...
There are many women I know that would be categorized under : INCREDIBLE - Anna would 100% be at the top of this list. Not only is she a celebrated artist in her own right, but also a dynamic and major part of what has moved the LA music scene via her Festival Girlshool. Her impact through action and ideas on the community has been great, especially for female identified artists and musicians. Cultivating Girlschool, she has helped amplify the voice of young musicians and guide them towards stepping into their power by curating a platform in the setting of a music festival, that...
SOCIAL STUDIES: Gina Young - Director / Playwright / Performer