Julio C├ęsar Morales

Julio Cesar Morales is visiting faculty in the New Genres department. He is an artist/educator/curator who works both individually and collaboratively. Morales was born in Tijuana, Mexico. He attended the San Francisco Art Institute in the New Genres department. His artwork has ranged from photography and interactive media to audio, public art, and video installation. Morales has been exploring issues of labor, memory, surveillance technologies and identity strategies. His most recent projects include ARCO International Art Fair, Spain; the San Juan Triennial of Puerto Rico; and solo exhibitions at Peres Projects in Los Angeles and at Fototeca in Havana, Cuba. He has received awards from The Rockefeller Foundation, The ArtsCouncil/Artadia, and The Creative Work Fund