Exhibition – Leticia R. Bajuyo

Sculpture Month Houston (SMH) is a citywide biennial event that showcases sculpture throughout over 40 venues in the City of Houston, directing attention to the diverse creative energies of sculptors. While participating venues coordinate their own programming of three-dimensional art, Sculpture Month Houston also presents their own curated exhibitions—featuring a select number of artists from a wide variety of styles—to highlight a cross-section of international sculpture. Participation in the month is by invitation.

TAMUCC Assistant Professor of Sculpture, Leticia R. Bajuyo, was invited to participate in the signature exhibition of the 2018 Sculpture Month Houston is located inside re-purposed physical structure of the old Success Rice Silos near downtown Houston.  The sculptural installation that Bajuyo created titled “Event Horizon” combines three silos and the artwork is comprised of curving a curving wood structure that is 15 feet high, 60 feet wide, and is covered in approximately 15,000 donated CDs and DVDs. Bajuyo traveled regularly from Corpus Christi to Houston for two months to build her installation.

This year’s festival and main show at SITE Gallery Houston was titled, Peak Shift, and was on exhibit October 13 – December 1, 2018.