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The work of Eduardo Sarabia is known for the staging and documentation of partly fabricated and mythical narratives, and its usage of subculture imagery, hand-made crafts and complex situations. Born in East L.A. of Mexican descent, he has been in close contact with plenty of experiences associated with drug smuggling, confusing explanations of facts and contact with the use of different means like songs, objects, tattoos, just to name a few, that narrate histories in the making, negotiations of meaning. In this short interview, Sarabia offers entry points, misleading or not, to three major works.


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