I Have A Woman Inside My Soul - Tamara Becerra Valdez
I Have A Woman Inside My Soul by visual artist,Tamara Becerra Valdez. The zine includes the care of azaleas accompanied with original lyrics from "I Have A Woman Inside My Soul" by Yoko Ono. From her album, "Approximately Infinite Universe", released on January 8, 1973.
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Tamara Becerra Valdez is a visual artist living in Mexico City. Her work utilizes artistic research through a variety of mediums: video, photography, field recordings, performance and printed matter. In bridging disciplines of archival research, ethnography and visual arts, her practice blends intuition and inquiry; affect with historical and contemporary analysis. Valdez explores ways in which we preserve memory, recover personal histories and share narratives. She restages artifacts and reveals overlooked and forgotten details found in the vernacular. Valdez has worked alongside staff in museum collections and special initiatives at the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, the Harry Ransom Center, Lyndon B. Johnson Presidential Library and Museum and most recently, the Mississippi Arts Commission. In 2015, she co-founded LOS LIBROS DEL FUTURO, an art books press based on the art of the archive and the recognition of the transnational identity of the Texas/Mexico borderlands.