“...sprawling malls, like any other profit-driven commercial space, are hyper-political spaces. And of course the indoor malls are becoming the ruins left behind by a growing online-economy.“
By Hannah Dean
July 7, 2018
“The most visually compelling of the works, Leticia R. Bajuyo’s Shiny Entropy, which is a vortex of CDs, reads like a black hole of outdated personal information, from computer backups to wedding videos to mix tapes. If you read the recent articles about Facebook and Google’s data on you, and how it never really goes away, Bajuyo’s archaic tide of technology could be the kind of physical manifestation of this notion that makes you shit your britches.”
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Another version of this article appeared on July 4, 2018 in The Bowerbird, an art blog in Lubbock, TX. http://www.thebowerbirdlbk.com/single-post/2018/07/04/K-Space-Contemporary-at-La-Palmera