Rebeca Méndez

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Rebeca Méndez in ‘Hybrids’ group show at Black Gate Space, Los Angeles

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‘Hybrids’ is an art and dance event to benefit the Silver Lake History Collective. Silver Lake artist Peter Liashkov will be exhibiting his collaborative efforts with 12 artists from the LA area in a one day event at the Black Gate Space 1052 Manzanita Street, Los Angeles, California CA 90029 (Sunset Junction) followed by a Tango Milonga from 6-8pm. Artists in the exhibition are Oksana Badrak, Craig Havens, Richard Houston, Nancy Kyes, Peter Liashkov, Lino Martinez, Rebeca Méndez, Ramon Muñoz, Trevor Norris, Pierre Picot, Francesco Siqueiros, and Michael Walker.

Rebeca Méndez’s art work in the exhibition is Recurrence Relation #1, and two mixed media works in collaboration with artist Peter Liashkov.

Rebeca Mendez in solo exhibition at Environment Furniture

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Opening reception: March 5, 7–9:30. At Any Given Moment, Grass, a permanent video art installation by Rebeca Méndez has been acquired by Environment Furniture and is on view 16 hours a day, 7 days a week at their new showroom on Beverly Boulevard in West Los Angeles. 8126 Beverly Boulevard (Corner of Kilkea Avenue) Los Angeles, CA 90048 T 323.782.0296 F 323.782.0989. Open to the public

Rebeca Méndez in group exhibition ‘Scalable Relations.’

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Méndez in group exhibition ‘Scalable Relations’ at the Beall Center for Art and Technology, at UC Irvine. Curated by Christiane Paul, curator at the Whitney Museum of American Art. ‘Scalable Relations’ is an exhibition by faculty members of the University of California Digital Arts Research Network ( UCDARnet ). The exhibition brings together works that explore digital media’s capability of representing a growing amount of data in constantly evolving relations. Addressing a range of issues—from the construction of visual worlds to self-representation and socio-cultural and political issues—the projects in ‘Scalable Relations’ illustrate the complexities and shifting contexts of today’s information society. See Project Here

UCLA ART|SCI Center exhibition and sympossium: Body, Art and Disease

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Stefanie Adcock, assistant director of the UCLA ART|SCI Center at UCLA curated three installation photographs of Gestation, 1994, and The Predisposed, 1995, for the ART|SCI Center symposium and group exhibition: Body, Art and Disease November 5–8, 2008. The exhibition took place at the Bermont Gallery. Artists in the exhibition: Rebeca Méndez, Silvia Rigon, and Philip Beesley.

XXX: The Power of Sex in Contemporary Design

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A video installation and two print works from my ‘Mediated Eros’ series are currently in exhibition at ‘XXX: The Power of Sex in Contemporary Design,’ at the Campbell Hall Gallery, Western Oregon University. Curated by Joshua Berger of Plazm, and Sarah Dougher. ‘XXX’ is part of the permanent collection of the Museum of Sex in New York City, and based on the award-winning book of the same name. The opening reception was on Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2007, and the show runs through March 13, 2007.