Artworks
Found object/ Mixed Media
Mixed Media/Found Object
2015
Latinx Folk/Blues fusion
Live Performance Video
2016
Paper cut & acrylic
2016
Mixed Media / Found Object
2016
Mixed Media mylar cutting
2016
Shadow Puppetry
2016
Guerrilla Street Performance / Stilting
multiple dates around 2017 mayoral election to disrupt voter suppression in POC & Indigenous communities
2017
Performance
installation
2016
Self-Portrait Digital Short
original 20 min performance sped up and looped. 12.05
2015
Performance Art, 3D Interactive Installation, -Music Performance
4 weekends in January on ice
2018

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  • Lady Xok at MN Original video shoot. Photo: Tania Galaviz. I’m mixed Salvadoran-Norwegian-American with immigrant, rural, and urban roots, and an enrolled tribal member of the Maya-Lenca Indigenous Nation from a time before federal borders existed. Intersectional artists like me challenge people’s belief systems by our very being. Both El Salvador and Norway have a rich history of folk arts. In college, I became obsessed with the idea of folk art’s value—how it is often made from leftove…
  • What happens to Indigenous peoples when clan animals are impacted by climate chaos?
  • Indigenous [In]Migration on the Great Crocodile Rebekah Crisanta de Ybarra (enrolled Xinka-Lenca, El Salvador) Mixed Media Paper-Cutting Handmade Paper: cotton & amatl bark paper mix with flecks of screen- printed quetzal 2016   Centers, Places, Home, Belonging, Re-centering, Re-entering, Lost Pieces, Disconnection, Tearing & Repairing, Weaving, Fragile Fabric, Fragile Future, Assimilation, Slow Genocide, Waiting, Waiting, & Waiting for my Relatives. For Indigenous people in the …
  • Rebekah Crisanta de Ybarra updated the Artwork Leche
  • Indigenous [In]Migration on the Great Crocodile Rebekah Crisanta de Ybarra (enrolled Xinka-Lenca, El Salvador) Mixed Media Paper-Cutting Handmade Paper: cotton & amatl bark paper mix with flecks of screen- printed quetzal 2016   Centers, Places, Home, Belonging, Re-centering, Re-entering, Lost Pieces, Disconnection, Tearing & Repairing, Weaving, Fragile Fabric, Fragile Future, Assimilation, Slow Genocide, Waiting, Waiting, & Waiting for my Relatives. For Indigenous people in the …
  •  Lady Xok music lives somewhere between Future-Folk and Indie-Rock mixing Indigenous instruments, rock kits, digital sounds, and experimental performance. Inspired by the original Maya queen, Lady Xok bleeding from the tongue, Rebekah Crisanta de Ybarra pulls from folk roots in Latin American Nueva Cancion and American Blues layered with distortion, minor tones, and storytelling. Lady Xok is currently working on a debut album with an EP to release in the near future.
  • Sugar & Paper is a solo exhibition by Rebekah Crisanta and an exploration of the materials of Day of the Dead arts. OPENING RECEPTION, FRI. OCT. 2, 2015 7-9PM          
  • For the Disappeared. Para los Desaparecidos.
  • Sugar & Paper is a solo exhibition by Rebekah Crisanta and an exploration of the materials of Day of the Dead arts. OPENING RECEPTION, FRI. OCT. 2, 2015 7-9PM