Jarina De Marco’s artistic expression goes beyond her music. Although she is most well known as a musician and songwriter, she is an artist who takes on all aspects of her project as a visual designer, director, producer, and most recently created an art/sound installation out of jello. You cannot put her into one category. Born in the Dominican Republic, to musical parents, her childhood and family have informed her genre defying sound and politics. Jarina is outspoken and an advocate for women’s rights and human equality and uses her platform and music to push these messages forward.
Madre asked Jarina a few questions about her biggest influences, activism, and Jello.
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Listen to the Madre Radio playlist Jarina made HERE.