Nomi Ruiz & Martín(e) Gutierrez: Origin

Performance

Exploring themselves through one another, artists Martín(e) Gutierrez and Nomi Ruiz confront seduction and intimacy in mainstream media through selfie culture. The origin of the modern woman, idolized.

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Hashtag your pictures and videos on Instagram and become apart of the performance: #OriginAurora

Follow the artists on Instagram to watch behind the scenes: @nomiruiz @martine.tv

To see at
Flora St between Pearl St & Olive St

Section within the
Dallas Arts District
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Nomi Ruiz first captured the public’s attention with her collaborations on Hercules & Love Affair’s beloved debut album and fronting their original live band. She is one of the stars of Charles Atlas and Antony’s film ‘Turning’ and was projected nightly on the screens of Times Square this past December as part of a collaboration between the filmmakers and Times Square Arts. In 2013, Ruiz created an installation at New York’s Clocktower Gallery to launch her Borough Gypsy album and had her work exhibited alongside Patti Smith’s. She has been a Mugler muse and starred in one of their campaign films that also featured her music. Dior Homme has recently booked her for performances in China and their show at Paris men’s fashion week this month.

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Martín(e) Gutierrez
Spy / Performance Artist / Pop Star, living and working in Brooklyn, NY.
With a foundation in theater and dance, Gutierrez pursued fine arts, graduating with a BFA in Printmaking from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) in 2012.  Gutierrez’s spectrum of work in the visual arts exhibits an investment in gender, Identity, and perception. Versed in a variety of media, the avenue of music is their newest focus. Under the name Martine, the young artist has become a published musician and producer.  

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Photos: Copyright Scogin Mayo



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