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Education

Teaching and/or Administrative Experience

Other Non-Teaching Professional Activities

Campus Organizations

Civic Public Service

Awards / Honors / Citations

Cited in Following Publications

Selected Lectures from 1991 to the Present

Selected Exhibitions

Richard A. Lou


Photography
Professor
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EDUCATION

Southwestern College, Chula Vista, CA, A.A., 1981
California State University at Fullerton, CA, B.A., 1983
Clemson University, Clemson, SC, M.F.A., 1986

TEACHING AND/OR ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

Professor and Chair Department of Art, The University of Memphis, August 2007 – present

Professor and Chair Department of Art, Georgia College & State University, Milledgeville, GA July 2001 – July 2007

Professor and Chair of the Department of Art Drama, San Diego Mesa College, San Diego, CA January 1998 - June 2001

Visiting Professor (Sabbatical from Mesa College), Clemson University, Clemson, SC. Spring 1997

Chairperson of the Art Department, San Diego Mesa College, San Diego, CA June 01, 1993 - August 12, 1996

Professor of Art, San Diego Mesa College, San Diego, CA 9/90 – 2001 (tenured)

Photography Instructor, Grossmont College, La Mesa, CA 8/89-6/90

Art Instructor, Donovan Correctional Facility, Otay Mesa, CA 1/90-4/90

Photography Instructor, Southwestern College, Chula Vista, CA 1/88-12/89

OTHER NON-TEACHING PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES

Georgia Council For The Arts – Arts Organization Reviewer – 2004/05

Curator and essayist - HECHO EN CALIFAS, multi-media exhibition traveling to six art/cultural centers in California beginning in Plaza De La Raza, Los Angeles, CA. Tour ran from 1999-2001.

Curator - EN+CUENTRO+CUATRO, Centro Cultural De La Raza, San Diego, CA., a multimedia exhibition co-curated with Larry Baza and Victor O. Ochoa. 1998

Curator - GRAFICAS: OBRAS POLITICAS, Centro Cultural De La Raza, San Diego, CA., a multimedia installation co-curated with Marco Anguiano and Patricio Chavez. The summer of the GOP convention in San Diego, CA 1996

Co-coordinator of San Diego Mesa College's Second Annual Pow-Wow, Oct., 1993. San Diego Mesa College, San Diego, CA.

Co-coordinator of San Diego Mesa College's First Annual Pow-Wow, Oct., 1992. San Diego Mesa College, San Diego, CA.

Project Coordinator for "Counter Voices-1992", San Diego Mesa College, San Diego, CA. 1992.

Interim Curator, CENTRO CULTURAL de la RAZA, San Diego, CA. 8/88-1/89 & 6/89-8/89.

CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS

GC&SU
Soar Mentor 2005 – present
Search Committee for a Director Of Institutional Equity 2005
Presidential Taskforce On Diversity 2004 – present
Multi-Cultural Advisory Committee 2004 – present
Master Planning and Facilities Committees 2003 - present
Taskforce On Diversity 2003
Search Committees for two Directors Of Multicultural Affairs 2002 & 2003
Taskforce On Diversity 2002
Taskforce On Diversity 2001
Chair’s Council 2001 - present
Arts Unlimited 2001 - present

San Diego Mesa College
Chairs Council, member, 1993 – 1996, 1998 – 2001, San Diego Mesa College
Chicano Faculty and Staff Association, member 9/90 - 2001
Senator, Academic Senate, Mesa College, San Diego, CA 9/90 – 8/93, 8/97 – 12/97
Academic Affairs Committee, original member 1994 – 1998
Student Grievance Committee, 1993 – 2001
Faculty Advisor, MECHA, a student organization August 95 – December 96
Affirmative Action Representative 1991 – 1994.
Coalition Against Institutional Racism- founding member May 1992 – Dec. 93
Puente Project, Mentor 92/93, 93/94, 94/95
Martin Luther King Jr. Float/Parade Committee, 1993 –1997.
Chairperson of the Art Gallery Committee, Art Department, San Diego Mesa College, August 91 – June 93.
On-Site Public Art Committee, member 1992 – 96

CIVIC PUBLIC SERVICE

Co-presenter at “Si Se Puede” Latino Youth Leadership Conference, UGA, GA – 2006
Organized art auction for the Tennille Family that raised over $4,000.00 – 2006
Co-curated photographic exhibition with Travis Linville at the Old Capitol Museum, Milledgeville, GA to inaugurate the opening of the museum - 2005
Old Capitol Museum Advisor – 2002 – present
Co-Founder and Member – Save Our Centro Coalition, San Diego, CA. 1999 – present
Board of Directors, CENTRO CULTURAL de la RAZA, San Diego, CA. 1989-90.
Visual Arts Advisory Committee, CENTRO CULTURAL de la RAZA, San Diego, CA. 1988-1999.

AWARDS / HONORS / CITATIONS

2005 - PHI KAPPA PHI – “Honor Professor”
2002 – Who’ Who Among America’s Teachers.
2000 – Who’ Who Among America’s Teachers.
1993 – “NISOD-Excellence in Teaching Award”, National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development, International Conference on Teaching Excellence, May 26, 1993, Sponsored by Community College Leadership Program, Department of Educational Administration, College of Education, Health and Human Sciences, The University of Texas at Austin.
1988 - NEA/COMBO Visual Arts Fellowship, San Diego, CA.
1986 - TAU SIGMA DELTA, Academic Honor Society, Clemson University, Clemson, SC.
1983 - Honorable Mention in Poetry, Chicano Literary Competition, University of California, Irvine, CA.

CITED IN FOLLOWING PUBLICATIONS

Books/Catalogues/Magazines
“Islas y Puentes”, essay by Richard A. Lou, TDR’s (The Drama Review) 50th Anniversary Issue, The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA – upcoming 2006

GREENZBENSPEILGUNGEN:Visuelle Politik in der Ubergangszone, edited by Beatrice von Bismarck, photos published of Lou’s Border Door performance in essay by Irit Rogoff. – 2005
“Indiana Review”, Summer 2005

POSTBORDERCITY: Cultural Spaces of Baja Alta California, edited by Michael Dear and Gustavo Leclerec, essay on Lou’s “Border Door” by Joanne Berelowitz, Ph.D. 2004

Whiteness: A Wayward Construction, 154 pages. Laguna Art Museum, Laguna, CA. 2003.

Essays by Tyler Stallings, Ken Gonzales-Day, Amelia Jones, David R. Roediger.
Contemporary Chicana and Chicano Art, Hispanic Research Center at Arizona State University, Included in two separate entries, one as an individual artist, another with collaborator Robert J. Sanchez as Los Anthropolocos. 2003

Hecho en Califas: The last Decade, 74 pages. Plaza de la Raza, Los Angeles, CA., 2000. Curated exhibition and wrote curator’s essay “The Secularization of the Chicano Visual Idiom: Diversifying the Iconography” found on pages. 9 – 18.

Nuevas fronteras Nuevos lenguajes/New frontiers New languages,168 pgs. Consulado General De Mexico En San Diego, CECUT (BCN), spring 97, co-edited by Fernando Delmar and Cecilia Garza. Transcripts from round-table discussions on the issues of borders convened by Luis Herrera-Lasso, Consul General De Mexico in San Diego, CA. Richard A. Lou's statements appear on pgs. 122/124/127-129/131

AMERICAN VISIONS/VISIONES DE LAS AMERICAS: ARTISTIC AND CULTURAL IDENTITY IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE, 192 pgs. Arts International (NY), Fall 95, co-edited by Mary Jane Jacob, Ivo Mesquita, and Noreen Tomassi, commissioned artist pages by Richard A. Lou and Robert Sanchez - "WHITE-FYING", color photos and text.

MAPPING THE TERRAIN:NEW GENRE PUBLIC ART, 293 pgs., University of California Press, fall 95, edited by Suzanne Lacy, includes photos and text by Richard A. Lou and Robert Sanchez.

ENGLISH IS BROKEN HERE:NOTES OF CULTURAL FUSION IN THE AMERICAS, 214 pgs. The New Press, New York City, COCO FUSCO, author, includes "Border Door" by Richard A. Lou. 1995

TDR - THE DRAMA REVIEW, MIT Press Journals, Spring 93, includes 4 photo reproductions and text of a collaborative project by Richard A. Lou with Robert Sanchez, "HEADLINES - Voices from the Conquered - 1992", pgs. 156 - 159.

SIN FRONTERA - CHICANO ART FROM THE BORDER STATES OF THE U.S., Cornerhouse Publications, Manchester, England, "Chicano Glossary" compiled by Richard A. Lou and Robert Sanchez, photos by Richard A. Lou and Robert Sanchez, essay "Roger Hedgecock - A Post Felon, Post Modern..." by Richard A. Lou. pgs.

HIGH PERFORMANCE, (Santa Monica, CA.), Summer/Fall 1992 #58/59, article by Gomez-Pena, Guillermo, "The New World Order", includes reproduction of project by Richard A. Lou with Robert Sanchez, "Headlines - Voices from the Conquered", cover photo and centerfold, pgs. 58 - 65.

LA RECONQUISTA: A POST-COLUMBIAN NEW WORLD, Centro Cultural de la Raza, San Diego, CA., catalogue for the 3rd International Istanbul Biennale, Istanbul, Turkey, "Entrance Is Not Acceptance", an essay and color photo by Richard A. Lou and Robert Sanchez, pgs. 13 -16.

AFTER 1492: ANOTHER VIEW, Rancho Santiago College Art Gallery, Santa Ana, CA., catalogue essay by Shifra Goldman, b/w photo of installation - "Moveable Consciousness", p. 4.

Latin American Art Magazine, January 1992. Volume 3, number 4 "ROGER HEDGECOCK; THIS IS BORDER ART!", article by Richard A. Lou in Apropos Section.

MAPPING HISTORIES, Newport Harbor Art Museum 4th Biennial, Newport Beach, CA., catalogue essay by Ramon Favela for "Entrance Is Not Acceptance", a multi-media installation by Richard A. Lou and Robert Sanchez, 2 color photos with text, 8 b/w photos.
Letras Y Colores, A Cultural Publication by El Centro Cultural de La Raza, Volume I Number Two, June 1991, "SILENT NO MORE", article by Richard A. Lou w/ b & w photo.

BAW/TAF: a catalogue documenting five years of the group's activities. Executed and published by the BORDER ART WORKSHOP/TALLER DE ARTE FRONTERIZO. 1989.

THE BEST NEW CHICANO LITERATURE: 1986, three poems included in the anthology. Binghamton, N.Y.: Bilingual Press/Editorial Bilingue, 1986.

SELECTED LECTURES FROM 1991 TO THE PRESENT

East Georgia College, Swainsboro, GA 2006
Darton College, Albany, GA 2006
Georgia Southern University, Statesboro, GA 2006
Middle Georgia Art Association, Macon, GA 2006, 2005, 2004
ATHICA, Athens, GA 4 times in 2005
Emory University, Atlanta, GA 2004
Depauw University, Greencastle, IN 2004
Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, CA 2003
USC, Sumter Art Gallery, Sumter, SC 2003
Panelist Presidential Inauguration - Spelman College, Atlanta, GA 2003
Columbus Museum, Columbus, GA 2003
Spelman College, Atlanta, GA 2002
Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA 1998
Furman University, Art Department, Greenville, SC 1997
Clemson University, Art Department, Clemson, SC 1997
Anderson College, Art Department, Anderson, SC 1997
California State University at Monterrey Bay. Art Department, Monterrey, CA 1997
University of California, San Diego, Art Department, La Jolla, CA 1997
San Diego State University, Art Department, San Diego, CA 1997
Museum of Photography Arts, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA 1997
BiNaCom, Ibero-Americano University, Tijuana, BCN, Mexico 1997
Nuevas Fronteras Nuevos Lenguages, Centro Cultural de la Raza, SD, CA – round-table discussion sponsored by Mexican Consulate General in San Diego, Centro Cultural de la Raza, and InSite 1996
University of California, San Diego, Art Department, La Jolla, CA 1995
Huntington Beach Art Center, Huntington Beach, CA 1995
Manchester Cornerhouse Art Gallery, Manchester, England, UK 1993
SUNSET RADIO, Manchester, England, hosted by Bob Love1993
University of Manchester, Art Department, Manchester, England, UK 1993
Istanbul Contemporary Art Museum, Istanbul, Turkey 1992
Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Harbor, CA 1991
Boehm Gallery, Palomar College, San Diego, CA 1991

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

Upcoming - 2007
EYEDRUM Gallery, Atlanta, GA

2006
“Convergencia”, Sturgis Gallery, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, Georgia

“America On The Brink, ATHICA, Athens, GA

“Fiber Arts Biennial”, Dong-A University, Busan, South Korea

“Seritypes: A Genetic Screening Project,” The 2006 SGC Conference, Madison WI, Project Authors
Jeff Drye, Bill Fisher, Richard Lou, Danielle Wyckoff, the Arts faculty of Georgia College & State University and International Participants
“Adding; Insult to Imagery: Artists Responses to Censorship and Mass-Media”, traveling exhibition, Curated by Dr. Robert W. Sweeny, Art Center Gallery, Central Missouri State University, MO - upcoming

“Adding; Insult to Imagery: Artists Responses to Censorship and Mass-Media”, traveling exhibition, Curated by Dr. Robert W. Sweeny, Kipp Gallery, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, PA.

2005
“Gas, Food, And Lodging”, Dalton Gallery, Agnes Scott College, Atlanta, GA

“RACEnter Personal Politics” ATHICA, Athens, GA

“Missing Stereotypes,” Public Art project w/ Collaborator Bill Fisher, posters, t-shirts, and performance/protests, Duluth and Gainesville, GA

“Celebracion” Work was censored – Quinlan Visual Arts Center, Gainesville, GA

2004
“Richard A. Lou” DePauw Art Center, DePauw University, Greencastle, IN, retrospective

“Whiteness: A Wayward Construction.” University of Virginia Art Museum, Charlottesville, VA. "A Sunday Afternoon Capturing 'The Colorless Ones' on the Island of La Grand Jatte" Commissioned digital art mural/billboard by Los Anthropolocos, 7’ x 15’. - Robert J. Sanchez and Richard A. Lou

“Picante: Latino Influence on American culture”, Athica, Athens Institute for Contemporary Art, Athens, Georgia

“Redefining Georgia: Perspectivas en Arte Contemporáneo”, The Columbus Museum, Columbus, Georgia

2003
“Only Skin Deep: Changing Visions of the American Self”: International Center for Photography, NY, NY, on-line exhibition curated by Coco Fusco and Brian Wallis. 12/12/2003 – 2/29/04

“Whiteness: A Wayward Construction.” Laguna Art Museum, Laguna Beach, CA. "A Sunday Afternoon Capturing 'The Colorless Ones' on the Island of La Grand Jatte" Commissioned digital art mural/billboard by Los Anthropolocos, 7’ x 15’. - Robert J. Sanchez and Richard A. Lou

"Los Anthropolocos Discover Barrio Kinkade”, University of South Carolina, Sumter Art Gallery, Sumter, SC. September - November, 2003

“Homeland Security Rules!” web-art, launched March 2003 on http://www.homelandsecurityrules.net

2002
"A Sunday Afternoon Capturing 'The Colorless Ones' on the Island of La Grand Jatte" Commissioned digital art mural/billboard by Los Anthropolocos, 12’ x 25’ installed on billboard on 24th St. and Bryant St., San Francisco, CA. - Robert J. Sanchez and Richard A. Lou

“Shots in the Dark – Photographic Memories”, 3 b/w prints by Robert Sanchez and Richard A. Lou Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco, CA.

“Nahuatl Gazzette,” Artist pages commissioned by ZYZZYVA, fall 2002, XVIII, 2

“ESO ES”, Group exhibition; April 2002, Lyceum Theatre, San Diego, California;

2001
Como Agua en Agua, public art piece, Quad area of campus, Georgia College & State University, Milledgeville, GA.

My South Includes the Tip of Patagonia, Work from 1988 – 2001, Blackbridge Gallery, Georgia College & State University, Milledgeville, GA. Solo

2000
The Eyes Have It: Contemporary Photography, digital multi-media installation, ENTRE EL DICHO Y EL HECHO, Porter-Troupe Gallery, San Diego, CA, group show.

LOS ANTHROPOLOCOS, multi-media installation by Richard A. Lou & Robert J. Sanchez, Galeria Benjamin Serrano, Casa de la Cultura, Tijuana, BCN, Mexico. Solo.

Mummified Deer, multi-media group exhibition in conjunction of Luis Valdez’s premiere of Mummified Deer, Lyceum Theatre, San Diego, CA. 18 digital prints.

1999
HECHO EN CALIFAS, multi-media exhibition traveling to six centers in California beginning in Plaza De La Raza, Los Angeles, CA. - Curator - Richard A. Lou

LOS ANTHROPOLOCOS, multi-media installation by Richard A. Lou & Robert J. Sanchez, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Tijuana, BCN, Mexico. Solo.

INDEPENDENCIA, multi-media group exhibition, Centro Cultural De La Raza, San Diego, CA. Three digital prints.

1998
ENTRE EL DICHO Y EL HECHO, multi-media installation, Mesa College Art Gallery, San Diego Mesa College. San Diego, CA. solo

IMAGE, multi-media exhibition, Centro Cultural De La Raza, San Diego, CA. Two digital prints.

LOS ANTHROPOLOCOS, multi-media installation by Richard A. Lou & Robert J. Sanchez, CETYS Universidad, Tijuana, BCN, Mexico. Solo.

FOUND, multi-media installation using digital prints, San Diego State University @ Calexico, Calexico, CA.

EN+CUENTRO+CUATRO, GRAFICAS: OBRAS POLITICAS, Centro Cultural De La Raza, San Diego, CA., a multimedia exhibition co-curated by Larry Baza, Victor O. Ochoa, and Richard A. Lou.

1997
IDENTITY/IDENTIDAD, b & w photographs, Miami Museum, Miami, FL

1996
UNEARTHING THE FUTURE, Centro Cultural De La Raza, San Diego, CA., a solo multimedia installation by Richard A. Lou and Robert J. Sanchez.

RE:PUBLIC; LISTENING TO SAN DIEGO, Museum of Photographic Arts, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA., a multimedia installation by Richard A. Lou and Robert Sanchez, exhibition organized by Richard Bolton. The summer of the GOP convention in San Diego, CA.

GRAFICAS: OBRAS POLITICAS, Centro Cultural De La Raza, San Diego, CA., a multimedia installation co-curated by Marco Anguiano, Patricio Chavez, and Richard A. Lou. The summer of the GOP convention in San Diego, CA.

CONTINUITY & CONTRADICTIONS, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, CA., "INNER CITY PORTRAITS/SELF PORTRAITS, photographs from the Permanent Collection.

1995
CAPTIVES OF FATE, Inaugural exhibition, Huntington Beach Art Center, Huntington Beach, CA., a multimedia installation by Richard A. Lou and Robert Sanchez. (catalogue)

DOORS, WALLS, AND TUNNELS, Adams Avenue Street Fair, San Diego, CA., a solo multimedia installation. First commissioned artist to create public art for the Adams Avenue Street Fair.

LOS ANTHROPOLOCOS NEW DIGS AT MISSION VIEJO: IN SEARCH OF THE COLORLESS HANDS, Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, TX., a multimedia installation by Richard A. Lou and Robert Sanchez. Solo

1994
LOS ANTHROPOLOCOS NEW DIGS AT MISSION VIEJO: IN SEARCH OF THE COLORLESS HANDS, Saddleback College Art Gallery, Mission Viejo, CA., a multimedia installation by Richard A. Lou and Robert Sanchez. solo (catalogue)

1993
SIN FRONTERAS: CHICANO ART FROM THE BORDER STATES OF THE U.S., Cornerhouse Gallery, Manchester, England, "Entrance Is Not Acceptance", a multimedia installation by Richard A. Lou and Robert Sanchez. (catalogue)

ROBERT FLAHERTY SEMINARS, Film/Video Invitational, curated by Prof. Chon Noriega of UCLA, screened video "DISCOVERING COLUMBUS...AND OTHER WHITE PEOPLE" , a collaborative 28 minute Video project by Richard A. Lou and Robert Sanchez. August 9-13, Wells College, Aurora, NY.

LOS ANTHROPOLOCOS VS. THE WHITE MUMMIES, a multi-media installation performance w/ video by Richard A. Lou and Robert Sanchez. May 29th, at the Cafe Cinema, San Diego, CA.

SAN DIEGO ARTISTS FROM THE PERMANENT COLLECTION OF THE MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART, SAN DIEGO, black and white photographs w/ text, Palomar College, San Marcos, CA. Oct 15 - Nov. 26.

1992
VIDEO IN, Vancouver, BC, Canada, "ABO: Videos That Unmask, Test, and Invade the Colonial System.", (part 3), "Discovering Columbus", 28 minute Video by Richard A. Lou and Robert Sanchez, curated by Dana Claxton.

AFTER 1492; THE MOVEABLE CONSCIOUSNESS, installation, Rancho Santiago Art Gallery, Rancho Santiago College, Santa Ana, CA. (catalogue)

SLAVE STICKS; AN UNSPOKEN HISTORY, The MFA Gallery, Clemson University, Clemson, SC., installation and performance, Robert Spencer - Collaborator.

1992, YEAR OF THE WHITE BEAR, Project by Coco Fusco and Guillermo Gomez Pena, "DISCOVERING COLUMBUS...AND OTHER WHITE PEOPLE," Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN., multimedia installation w/ video, Robert Sanchez - Collaborator, traveling exhibition: Mexican Fine Arts Museum, Chicago, IL., Otis School of Art and Design - Otis Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. Fall 93. (catalogue)

LA RECONQUISTA: A POST-COLUMBIAN NEW WORLD; ENTRANCE IS NOT ACCEPTANCE, 3rd International Istanbul Biennale, Istanbul Contemporary Art Museum, Istanbul, Turkey. Multimedia installation w/ video, Robert Sanchez - Collaborator. (catalogues)

1991
THIRD NEWPORT BIENNIAL: MAPPING HISTORIES; `ENTRANCE IS NOT ACCEPTANCE', Newport Harbor Art Museum, Newport Harbor, CA. Multimedia installation w/ video, Robert Sanchez - Collaborator.(catalogue).

WHITEWASH(ED); `THE MOVABLE CONSCIENCE', installation, CENTRO CULTURAL de la RAZA, San Diego, CA.

SUSPENDED TEXT: A BORDER MATRIX, Multimedia installation, Robert Sanchez - Collaborator. Boehm Gallery, Palomar College, San Diego, CA.

5 AMBIENTACIONES: "LA FRONTERA NOS PARTE HASTA LOS HUESOS', Multimedia installation , Robert Sanchez - Collaborator. Galeria UABC, Universidad Autonoma de Baja California, Tecate, BCN, Mexico.

VIRTUAL REALITY; `MY FATHER'S ANCESTOR WALL', multi-media installation w/ video, College Grove Gallery, La Mesa, CA.

1990
PLACE AND PRESENCE; A STUDY OF PUBLIC ART IN SAN DIEGO; `THE BORDER DOOR', black and white photographs, Founders Gallery, University of San Diego, San Diego, CA.

GRAND CANYON', assemblage w/ audio, Mesa College Art Gallery, San Diego, CA.

PUNTADAS FRONTERIZAS/BORDER SUTURES: an art medicine traveling installations/suspensions/interventions/performance/rituals and workshops and documentation of the various voices of the Mexico/U.S.A. border. Start: Matamorros/Brownsville. End: San Diego/Tijuana. Time: one month, all of July. Richard A. Lou - Project Director, BAW/TAF member.

WHO I AM NOT, b & w photographs, Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, CA.

SATELLITE INTELLIGENCE, b & w photographs, MIT List Visual Arts Center, Boston, MS. (catalogue).

BORDERWATCH II, multi-media installation w/ video and slow scan transmission of live border performance from San Diego, CA., Center for Research in Contemporary Art (CRCA), University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX. BAW/TAF.

LIVING ON THE BORDER - ART AND ACTIVISM IN SAN DIEGO/TIJUANA, multi-media installation w/ videos, Festival Gallery, curated by David Joselit, Lancaster, OH. BAW/TAF.

BIENNIAL I, b & w photographs, California Museum of Photography, Riverside, CA. (catalogue).

SATELLITE INTELLIGENCE, b & w photographs, La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art, La Jolla, CA. (catalogue).

COLON COLONIZADO, TUTTU E MIO, DE QUIEN?, multi-media installation w/ video, Aperto 90` Section, XLIV Exposizione Internazionale D' Arte, La Biennale Di Venezia, Venice, Italy. BAW/TAF (catalogues).

BORDERWATCH, multi-media installation w/ videos, Galeria de la Raza, San Francisco, CA. BAW/TAF.

JUEGOS NUEVOS/PAPELES VIEJOS: a series of monthly performance/suspensions executed at el Canyon Zapata/the Soccer Field, just north of la Colonia Libertad, Tijuana, B.C.N., Mexico. These activities began in October of 1989 and ended in March of 1990. BAW/TAF.

1989
EXCOMMUNICATION: SOME NOTIONS ON MARGINALITY, a multi-media installation by Richard A. Lou and Robert J. Sanchez, Grey Art Gallery and Study Center, New York University, New York, NY.

DOWNSOUTH, b & w photographs, Faculty Show, Southwestern College, Chula Vista, CA.

THE PENANCE MACHINE, performance/installation, Grossmont College, La Mesa, CA.

NO STOMACH, a multi-media installation, Installation Gallery, San Diego, CA.

BORDER AXIS, a multi-media installation, Capp Street Project, San Francisco, CA. BAW/TAF. (catalogue)

BORDER REALITIES V - VIDAS PERDIDAS/LOST LIVES, a multi-media installation, CENTRO CULTURAL de la RAZA, San Diego, CA. BAW/TAF

IF YOU LIVED HERE: CITY; VISIONS AND REVISIONS, a multi-media installation, Dia Foundation, curated by Martha Rosler, New York, NY.

VIDAS PERDIDAS/LIVES LOST, a multi-media installation, Artist Space, New York, NY. BAW/TAF

1988
FACULTY ART EXHIBIT, b & w photographs, Southwestern College, Chula Vista, CA.

NUMBER 95, performance, Seaport Village, San Diego CA.

BORDER REALITIES IV - CASA DE CAMBIO, a multi-media installation, CENTRO CULTURAL de la RAZA, San Diego, CA.

THE BORDER DOOR, installation/performance, 1/4 mile east of the Tijuana International Airport, Mexico/U.S.A. border and la Colonia Roma and Altamira.

MITOS, MAPAS, Y FRONTERAS, b & w photographs, Pro Arts Gallery, curated by Guillermo Gomez Pena, Oakland, CA.

STREET SITES III, assemblage, Sushi Gallery, San Diego, CA.

DIAS DE LOS MUERTOS, ceramic sculpture, Galeria Municipal, Tijuana, B.C.N., Mexico.

INNER CITY PORTRAITS/SELF PORTRAITS, b & w photographs, solo exhibition at the CENTRO CULTURAL DE LA RAZA, San Diego, CA.

1987
ALTERNATIVES 87, b & w photographs, Ohio University, Athens, OH.

EN MEMORIA, a multi-media installation, CENTRO CULTURAL DE LA RAZA, San Diego,
CA.

1986
25TH ANNIVERSARY ALUMNI SHOW, b & w photographs, Southwestern College, Chula Vista, CA.

SECOND ANNUAL PHOTO SALON, b & w photographs, Nexus Art Center, Atlanta, GA.

6: Master Thesis Exhibition, b & w photographs, Rudolph E. Lee Gallery, Clemson University, Clemson, SC.

SOUTH CAROLINA ARTS COMMISSION EXHIBITION, b & w photographs, Columbia Museum of Art, Columbia, SC.

THE SIX O'CLOCK NEWS, performance/installation, The Little Gallery, Clemson University, Clemson, SC.

BERKELEY ARTS CENTER JURIED EXHIBITION, Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA.

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