A short film by Ana Baer-Carrillo and Randy Gibson: 11 minutes
Mujeres de Juárez is an intimate film about the unsolved murders plaguing the border town of Juárez, Mexico since the mid 90s. The film reflects the sorrow and violence through poetic imagery and a juxtaposition of textures. The music, sung by one singer, and densely layered, supports this juxtaposition and brings it inside the self.
June 6-7, 2014
Dance Forms Productions, Guatemala Ciudad, Guatemala
February 3-5, 2011
NeXuS Concert Series, Irey Theatre, Boulder, Colorado
March 26-27, 2010
Mémoire-en-Ciel, Highways Performance Space, Los Angeles
February 25, 2010
Evans Auditorium, Austin, Texas
May 13, 2006
Avant-Premiere, with new music
AM, Dance Ground Keriac, San Francisco
May 9, 2004
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder Colorado
The music for Mujeres de Juárez is available on the album Voices + Sine Waves by Randy Gibson available for download on iTunes.