Juania Suenos in Borderlandia
Andrea Muñoz Martinez
14" x 11"
20"h x 16"w framed
The poet poses wrapped in glassine paper in front of my painting, “Cercas/Fences”. I am inspired by the influences of Surrealism in Mexican photography.
Juania Sueños is a Chicanx cursi. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Texas State & is a co-founder and editor of the Infrarrealista Review. Juania is currently working on a novel based on her family in hopes of highlighting the West’s impacts on Mexico. Her work has appeared in Acentos Review, Sybil Journal, New York Quarterly Review, The Skinkbeat Review, Porter House Review, & other places. When she is not cuddling her chihuahua, Chan, after Jackie Chan, she is writing about occupying spaces in-between. She is a migratory bird from Zacatecas, Mexico.
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Get to Know the Austin Artist:
I am a Latina artist who paints abstract landscapes of the US-Mexico borderland, draws portraits, and makes interactive performance art. I was born and raised in Uvalde, Texas and graduated with a BFA from The University of Texas at Austin and an MFA at UC Davis. My work can be found in the public collection at the Center for the Study of the Southwest at Texas State University. I give public talks about art and art making to university students and public audiences.