Conversation with Eva Mayhabal, live streamed on July 4

Repurposing Fugue from Tulsa Artist Fellowship on Vimeo.


"Repurposing Fugue" explores themes of liminality, transitional spaces, smuggling, border crossing, transgression, and queerness. Edgar Fabián Frías aims to transmit smuggled information to the viewer through sound interspersing with abstract imagery, performative gestures, and language channeled through them.

Edgar Fabián Frías is a nonbinary, queer, indigenous (Wixárika) and Latinx multidisciplinary artist, curator, educator, and psychotherapist. They work in photography, video art, sound, sculpture, printed textiles, GIFs, performance, social practice, and community organizing, among other emergent genres.For 2019/2020, Frías is a visual arts fellow at the Tulsa Artist Fellowship in Tulsa, Oklahoma and a Research Fellow for the Oklahoma Center for The Humanities’ Research Seminar on Play. Recent exhibitions include “Nierika : Santuario Somático” at Disjecta Contemporary Art Center in Portland, Oregon and “Perpetual Flowering” at the Vincent Price Art Museum in Los Angeles, California. Their work has been exhibited at Human Resources (Los Angeles, CA), Machine Project (Los Angeles, CA), SOMArts (San Francisco, CA), ESMoA (El Segundo, CA), Disjecta (Portland, OR), Gilcrease Museum (Tulsa, OK), Vanderbilt University (Nashville, TN), Performance is Alive (New York, NY), and ArtBo (Bogotá, Colombia), among others.