Visionary, idealistic and in love, Laurie Anderson and Dan Hennig were married in 1968 while attending San Jose State University in California. After graduation, adventure and opportunity led them to teaching positions in the Caribbean where the rhythm of the West Indies influenced their art. In 1972 they returned to California to take part in the great resurgence of the arts emerging from the dynamic cultural activism of the 1960’s.  For the last seven years they have been migrating to a winter studio in Baja California Sur. Using local clay and an abundance of found object & recyclable materials, “Danillo y Lala Ribera” are creating art that combines the ancient process of ceramics with post-industrial debris while maintaining a sense of humor in an ever-evolving world.