By Dylan A. T. Miner
Using the concept that lowriding is an Indigenous method of being on this planet, artist and historian Dylan A. T. Miner discusses the a number of roles that Aztlán has performed at numerous moments in time, from the pre-Cuauhtemoc codices via either Spanish and American colonial regimes, prior the Chicano flow and into the current day. throughout this “migration story,” Miner demanding situations notions of mestizaje and asserts Aztlán, as visualized by means of Xicano artists, as a sort of Indigenous sovereignty.
Throughout this publication, Miner employs Indigenous and local American methodologies to teach that Chicano artwork has to be understood within the context of Indigenous heritage, anticolonial fight, and local American stories. Miner can pay specific recognition to artwork open air the U.S. Southwest and contains discussions of labor via Nora Chapa Mendoza, Gilbert "Magú" Luján, Santa Barraza, Malaquías Montoya, Carlos Cortéz Koyokuikatl, Favianna Rodríguez, and Dignidad Rebelde, together with Melanie Cervantes and Jesús Barraza.
With 16 pages of colour photographs, this publication could be the most important to these attracted to artwork heritage, anthropology, philosophy, and Chicano and local American stories. Creating Aztlán interrogates the historical and demanding position that Aztlán performs in Chicano and Indigenous artwork and culture.
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Creating Aztlán: Chicano Art, Indigenous Sovereignty, and Lowriding Across Turtle Island (First Peoples: New Directions in Indigenous Studies) by Dylan A. T. Miner