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Fulana, Invited Artist Faculty (2009-2019)

Fulana is a media collective that was founded in 2000 by four New York-based Latina artists joined by a love of video and satire, a critical gaze, a bilingual sense of humor, and a shared desire to create collaboratively. Focusing on popular culture, and using parody and satire as a critical tool, Fulana’s mock commercials, music videos, performances, and prints explore themes that are relevant to Latinx cultures in the United States, experimenting with strategies to make visible what we’re so often made to read between the lines. Fulana’s bilingual aesthetic, which ranges from cable-access kitsch to Univisión tinsel, responds to the ways ideologies and identities are marketed and sold to us—and how we sell ourselves—through the mass media.