/Samuel GarrigÓ Meza
Using the discomforts of rummaging, dumpster-diving and inviting strangers to call you, (getting to know me) getting to know you better is a community-engaged project. It interacts with and uses borders of privacy and propriety (dumpsters, windows, telephones) as tools of epistemic awareness. Knowledge of the artist’s neighbourhood is sought through unconventional, yet widely available means. Coupled with this interaction is an invitation to investigate the artist, to look into his home, to call him, to get to know him and, in turn, to let him get to know you better.
/SAMUEL GARRIGÓ MEZA is a Calgary-based writer and multidisciplinary artist. He holds a BA in Philosophy from the University of Calgary. Garrigó Meza has presented original performances, both collaborative and individual creations, at the Yukon Arts Centre, Mutton Busting Performance & Visual Art festivals, the High Performance Rodeo, Sled Island 2009, and most recently at the Calgary Blow-Out. His poetry has appeared in dANDelion magazine.