cudahycaresidents asked: Hey how are you doing? My name is Ralph and I am opening a page similar to yours but it only deals with Cudahy, CA. I am looking for pictures of people and the city. If you don't mind could I use some of your pictures on the tumblr and credit will be given to you. Also if you have any more, could you post them on our blog. but thank you very much.
Hi Ralph! Nice to meet you on here. Yes that’s no problem at all. Thank you for sharing and crediting the work. That’s cool you’re starting this. How did you get interested in Cudahy?
Red, red, red
Tacos El Gavilan 2013
No Dice, 2013
Bell looking towards Maywood, CA
"Being present and yet not visible, being visible and yet not present. It is a condition that I painfully experienced in the United States, constantly juggling the power asymmetry of the two worlds, two cultures, and two languages."
"Curiosity about the object of knowledge and the willingness and openness to engage theoretical readings and discussions is fundamental. However, I am not suggesting an over-celebration of theory. We must not negate practice for the sake of theory. To do so would reduce theory to a pure verbalism or intellectualism. By the same token, to negate theory for the sake of practice, as in the use of dialogue as conversation, is to run the risk of losing oneself in the disconnectedness of practice. It is for this reason that I never advocate either a theoretic elitism or a practice ungrounded in theory, but the unity between theory and practice. In order to achieve this unity, one must have an epistemological curiosity—a curiosity that is often missing in dialogue as conversation.”
Riding (before i changed my bearing, cranck, cranck, crank)
Los Angeles River, CA 2013