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Bilingual anti-gentrification print campaign for the streets of our neighborhoods in NYC.
Anuncios bilingües impresos contra la inva$ión de las calles de nuestros barrios. Read More »

Barbi Bermúdez and Fabi Fernández came all the way from Mundovisión in Florida to report on the “fantasmic” art exhibit, Phantom Sightings, and to conduct an exclusive interview with The Border Brujo, Leader of the Great Mojado Invasion… Doña Cuca, still in love with Mr. T, has ordered a “Mister T Party Kit”…but something is not quite right with the package!

(Opening for Guillermo Gómez-Peña)


As part of Guillermo Gómez-Peña’s performance, Strange Democracy, at El Museo del Barrio, Fabi reads a message from him explaining his absence. (Text by GGP)

March 2010

Tercer Impacto video shoot photos


Doña Cuca, featured in Tercer Impacto: Hispanacea is in loooove with Mr. T. She makes little collages declaring her undying love (he’s never responded), and has even written a love bachata for him she hopes to put on “el yutub”.

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TERCER IMPACTO: HISPANACEA (2009 – English subtitles)
Fabi and Barbi report on The Hispanic Paradox, Doña Cuca and Hispanacea
2009 | 05:25 min. | DV | Color

Immigrant Latina women—who have had little or no access to education or health care—are living longer than anyone else in the United States. The New York Times has called this phenomenon “The Hispanic Paradox.” What if Latinas’ longevity could be extracted from their bodies and marketed as a health supplement to the public at large? Read More »

TERCER IMPACTO: HISPANACEA (subtítulos en español)
Fabi y Barbi informan sobre La Paradoja Hispana, Doña Cuca e Hispanacea
2009 | 05:25 min. | DV | Color

Las inmigrantes latinas—sin acceso a la educación o al cuidado de salud—tienen vidas más largas que el resto de los estadounidenses. El New York Times le ha llamado a este fenómeno “La Paradoja Hispana”. ¿Qué pasaría si la longevidad de las latinas pudiera extraerse de sus cuerpos y ser mercadeadas en pastillas “energéticas”? Read More »

T-shirts, underwear, stickers and more for the 2008 Obama campaign. Ay, those were fun times!

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2005 |
01:30 min. | DV | Color

During the first week of September 2005, as we watched the footage of Hurricane Katrina victims stranded on rooftops for days on end, crowded into the Convention Center and Superdome with no food or water, ignored by FEMA and the Bush Administration, we asked ourselves—as did many, many people—”What if the hurricane had hit a wealthy area instead? Read More »

2005 | 01:00 min. | DV | Color

Do you feel anxiety about world events you cannot change? Are your political concerns interfering with your patriotic activities, like shopping and paying taxes? Does the Iraq war remind you of US invasions of Latin American countries, including your own? Read More »