Ronny Quevedo (b. 1981 in Guayaquil, Ecuador) examines the vernacular and aesthetic forms generated by displacement, migration, and resilience. Inspired by his own family history of migration from Ecuador, Quevedo transcribes the graphics of locality, community, and remembered environments. Lines and markings from fields of play are just a few of the forms that conceptually find their way into Quevedo’s transcriptions. Many results are possible, from allowing the work to simultaneously pay homage to the narratives of historically marginalized peoples, and a platform for dialogue and community engagement on continued practices of marginalization.