Scanning the gallery level and engaging with each observer, visual artists Floria Gonzales & Alejandra Alarcón entertained people's reactions to their art show, Bardo. 


In ancient Europe, a Bardo was someone who expressed the meaning of art pieces, much like a docent, but in modern-day Tibetan Buddhism, it defines the state of varying length between death and rebirth.

Visiting from Mexico City for the unveiling of this collaborative watercolor and photo exhibit, the two talents explained the stories and meaning behind their art.

Whimsical, haunting watercolor scenes featuring wounds and rabbits by Alarcón play off of Gonzales’ time and space-less photos of bubble-encased figures. The show will remain in LOOT and we invite everyone to come have a look.