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Atlaxinolli Fire-Water, one woman performance on Bde Unma for Art Shanty Projects Photo credit: Shine On Photography

Rebekah Crisanta de Ybarra

Atlaxinolli Fire-Water, one woman performance on Bde Unma for Art Shanty Projects Photo credit: Shine On Photography
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Rebekah Crisanta de Ybarra a.k.a. Lady Xøk (Maya-Lenca tribal citizen) is a Midwest based artist, musician, and culture bearer whose work is rooted in Latinx Indigenous Futurisms. Her interdisciplinary practice (visual art, music, theatre, dance, literature, puppetry & public art) often speaks from a perspective of Liberation Theology about interconnectedness, environmental justice, healing, and collective resilience. Lady Xøk is a nu-nueva project mixing rock, folk, and Indigenous instruments performed inside multimedia installations for experimental storytelling performance.

This puppet residency is supported in part by Cheryl Henson and The Jim Henson Foundation.


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