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OMCA

"Paredes using molcajetes (mortars and pestles) to highlight Indigenous matriarchal knowledge, sacred foods, and medicine."

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Triton Museum

Tequila Bottle Houses and Border Relations: Interview with Viviana Paredes

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Oakland Museum

Creando Espacio/ Making Space, A Collaborative Community Based Project with Hector Dionicio Mendoza

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Community Media Access Collaborative

"Historically, the Bay Area has been the at forefront of diverse political and social movements...growing up in an environment that fostered a rich counterculture helped formulate my Chicana/Pocha perspective".

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516 Arts

Viviana Paredes’ “Alimentos” Nourishes The Triton Museum With Glass Sculptures

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Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana

"Though MACLA has previously exhibited these artists as well as other artists who work with glass, this is its first exhibition dedicated solely to the medium."

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Border Lore

In We Were Once of…, she created glass containers shaped like kernels themselves to showcase varieties of heirloom corn. “It’s highlighting what our tradition was, and I made a totem of it,” 

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Museum Eduardo Carrillo 

"Sculpture and installations are my methods of expressing my thinking and ideas. For me sculpture is about the materials an artist uses, and I use glass as a lens"

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