Studio Misión

Gallery Exhibition, 2019







Studio Misión was a project that I worked on in collaboration with Thatcher Gallery at USF. The exhibition "offers a look into the world and creative process of San Francisco artist and curator René Yañez, focusing on his final years from 2016 to 2018. Bringing together Yañez’s most recent projects and sketchbooks—seldomly seen outside of his close circle of friends—the works presented reveal his state of mind, his medically-induced visions, the faces of the Mission District that meant so much to him, and the politics that he fought for to the end." My design for the exhibitions’ title was chosen to be shown as an installation in the show. Each letter was a different 3D anaglyph image from René’s 3D collection, so the viewers were able to interact with the installation when they put on 3D glasses provided by the gallery. To create my installation, I used Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign. The final product was laser cut from ligthweight material and mounted on the main wall.