Dino Dinco | KCET
Dino Dinco is a performance art curator and maker, film and theater director, arts educator and writer. His work has been exhibited in solo exhibitions in Paris, Los Angeles and San Francisco, and in group shows in London, Paris, Los Angeles, Santiago de Compostela, Antwerp, São Paulo, Guadalajara, Mexicali, Hamburg, New York and Chihuahua. Dinco’s documentary film, "Homeboy," explores the lives of gay Latino men who were gang members. His award-winning short film, "El Abuelo," features San Antonio poet Joe Jiménez. Commissioned by the Fashion in Film Festival at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, the film premiered at the Tate Modern and has screened internationally. Dinco is writing a book manuscript on contemporary performance art in major cities of the West Coast of North America. His areas of research include experimentation with performance spectatorship and presentation through praxis, as well as the relationship between performance documentation and scholarship. He is a teaching artist with ArtworxLA and in 2017, joins the faculty of the Visual Arts Department of UC San Diego.
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