en

DOGtime Mexico 2013

Intensive life/art-research should take place in cosmopolitan cities, as remote as possible from where we live and work. In this new "No man's land" the perceptual mobile will go through different stages of reality checks and realignments from feeling confused up to alarming clear and sharp. Inhale the new air and distinguish the different scents. See and define the new hierarchies of colours and shapes. Confrontations with locals are important and should not be avoided.

Ask yourself who am I and what does my work stand for?

Each year the graduation students of DOGTIME visit an intercontinental metropole. This year we went to Mexico City. It was an intensive week with meetings, visits, workshops and re-enactments. We met artists like Carlos Amorales and Raul Ortega. We visited a.o. the impressive Museo Antropologia and the consequently overwhelming temple complex at Teotihuacán, the place where men become gods.

2009 Beijing 2010 Rio & Brasilia 2011 Dubai & Singapore 2012 New York

Dogtime at the studio of Carlo…

Carlos Amorales and Elsa Mance…

studio of Frida Kahlo [La Casa…

Frida Kahlo's corset

big mask at [MUJAM](http://mus…

DOGtime group at [MUJAM](http:…

Damien Hurst at the toy museum…

Green and green in Mexico City

Museo de [Antropologia](http:/…

King's mask of the Aztecs

Museo de Antropologia

Museo de Antropologia

Maestro Limpio

Grave of Trotsky

Mural of muralist Diego Rivera

mural Col [Juarez](http://ww…

a glimpse look on Santa Maria …

Abraham Cruzvillegas - Museo E…

Abraham Cruzvillegas - Museo E…

Manel and Martien in Museo Uni…

P.J.'s reënactment of Francis…

Zocalo

Temple complex [Teotihuacan](h…

Moon temple at Teotihuacan

Lucha Libre at the [arena](htt…