Sarah (sass) Biscarra-Dilley is, according to her mother, half-Mexican and half-criminal. A multi-disciplinary artist, weaver, tortillera and witch, her work explores the spaces between the worlds; between ancestral lines, between gender and gender roles, between past and present, between sacred space and living space, between personal authority and collective responsibility, between solemn attention and necessary irreverence. She likes dry heat, datura blossoms, musty textiles, strong coffee, tight skirts and sharp tongues. She lives in San Francisco below the mountains and above the sea.
ATTN: SETTLERS WITH GUILTY CONSCIENCES
Indigenous peoples and cultures exist all year round, not just in the passage of days surrounding October 12th and Thanksgiving!
(Your fervent posts and passing soundbites recanting history would have more meaning if the awareness was consistent and more than just a click of the repost button.)