Chicano/Cubano artist and Denver native Jeremy Marquez presents “Reciproca: A Manifesto in Motion,” proclaiming the values of Mutual Aid, Mutual Support, and Volunteer Cooperation expressed in Spanish and English slogans and iconography. The motion graphics and kinetic typography are designed in homage to the Futurist and Constructivist art movements of the early 20th century, and in such a way, “Reciproca” conveys a vibrant movement of youthful energy and cultural rejuvenation, prioritizing solidarity with the poor and working classes.
Jeremy Marquez is a Chicano/Cubano artist and Denver native. Facilitating a creative community as co-founder and curator of Revoluciones Collective Art Space in Denver from 1997-2005, his efforts helped lay the foundation for the Santa Fe Arts District and RiNo Arts District. Now based in New York, Marquez works in graphic design, illustration, and motion graphics. He studied communication arts and graphic design at the Fashion Institute of Technology.