Aaron Bocanegra gives Artist talk at UNEAC in Sancti Spiritus on Art, Collaboration and Technology and installed a photography exhibit in Sancti Spiritus and Trinidad.
The first performance of the Homology Project at Whittier College as part of a Collaboration between Bill Kronholm and Aaron Bocanegra.
The feature length documentary Up North has been released for online streaming! Enjoy and Share. Our environment and culture have been linked to our evolution since the dawn of civilization. Currently that linkage appears to be having an increasingly evident impact on our ecology and environment with little change in global culture. This dissonance is exaggerated intensely in our most delicate environments. Northern Canada is one of these environs.
Work is currently underway by design grant awardee, the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc), on the SCI-Arc Media Archive—a continuously-expanding online showcase of over 1,000 hours of videos of lectures originally presented at SCI-Arc from 1974 to the present.
Igualmente, la escritora destacó la labor de algunos grupos de la asociación para dar a conocer la realidad de Cuba y la situación de Los Cinco, como es el caso de Rock Solidario, que promueve diversas acciones en Canadá.
Recently I got to make a trip — on behalf of Drew and Rob as well — up to Mammoth in California to accept the award for Best Art Documentary at the Mountain Film Festival.
May 11, 2009 – Up North opens at Phantom Galleries ( Aaron Bocanegra, Rob Lutener, Drew McIntosh )
(Artist: Michael Markowsky, Video camera: Greg Kucera. Still Photography by Kory Kinder. Drivers: Aaron Bocanegra and Zachary Stadel)I only Drove the car, but this was a hell of a fun project to work on. At sunrise on Saturday, August 26th, 2006 I put on a mountain climbing harness, and secured myself to the roof of my blue BMW. For two and half hours I painted the desert landscape with oil paints on linen panels, while a friend drove my car at speeds up to 75 miles per hour (120kmph) on the highway, near Joshua Tree National Park, two hours east of Los Angeles, California.