Paloma Ayala

  • two-channel video and publication Zürcher Hochschule der Künste Zürich, 2017 photo: Stefan Jäggi

  • video and conversations in an all-female dormitory in Jewaharlal Nehru University New Delhi, 2018 photo: Prerana Khandelwal

  • ice sculpture and social space Monterrey, Mexico, 2019 photo: Sandra Leal

Paloma Ayala is a Mexican multimedia artist with a social based practice residing in Zurich. Her main focus is to investigate gendered spaces and structures/processes within Denver that affect lives, at home or in our different communities.

Residency period: Jan. 13 – March 5th 2020

Conversation “Use the Space, Use it You Must”

Tuesday Feb. 25th 6pm-8pm at Oz Architecture

Opening reception for “Use The Space, Use It You Must”

Thursday March 5th, 6pm-8pm at PlatteForum

Exhibition hours:

Tuesday – Friday 12pm – 5pm / Saturday 10am – 2pm

or by appointment (303)-893-0791

Exhibition continues through March 21st

“Gringous” – Karaoke Readings

Song based on the poem “Horse” by Gloria Anzaldúa.

Music: Luna León

Video: Paloma Ayala

Part of LETTERS FROM ONION ISLAND Artistic project by Paloma Ayala