There is a lovely catalog available from the Rasquache Artist Residency program I participated in last year in Puebla Mexico. It is available on the website of the Sofia Quintero Art and Cultural Center and includes the works of the participating artists Matthew Sibley, Karina A. Monroy, Christina Erives, Jairo Banuelos, Sa’dia Rehman, and the program director Federico Cuatlacuatl. Ken Rinaldo, Leo Herrera and I are included as visiting artists and scholars. Inspired by the exposed rebar integrated into many buildings in the area, I created a site-specific sculpture of plastic flowers made of recycled soda bottles titled “Rebar in Bloom”. I also created a series of photographs of a plastic plant posing next to other plastic objects in the environment titled, “Artificial Undead”.