MOCA Tucson

Bus Stop Dreaming was the seminal series of multidisciplinary performances that eventually became Dreams and Silhouettes/Sueños y Silhuetas. Iterations of Bus Stop appeared at community sites around Tucson in response to the ongoing deportations of thousands of undocumented immigrants in the city. Bus Stop was made possible in part by the MAP Fund and the P.L.A.C.E./Open Society Fund from the Tucson Pima Arts Council.

“Bus Stop Dreaming” Performed at Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson
Saturday, September 2012

Choreography by Denise Uyehara in collaboration with Yvonne Montoya
Video/audio design by Adam Cooper-Terán, based on an interview with “Alex” by Jason Aragón
“The Dove” image used with permission © 2009 Ed Braverman. Photos by JP Westenskow.
This appearance at MOCA-Tucson was part of the Endebted/Enduedado event
presented by Arizona Between Nosostros

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All photos © JP Westenskow

 

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