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Wattis Institute, San Francisco, California, USA
May 4, 2015 – August 1, 2015
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Tania Safura Adam Mogne
The representation and participation of the Global South at the Venice Biennale serves as a starting point for the reflection that Tania Adam Mogen constructs: the possibility of works that tighten the rules of the game and blur the boundaries between art, politics and radical imagination.
Sara Garzón, Ximena Garrido-Lecca
EXTRACT is an online section where we share some of the texts published by Temblores Publicaciones, Terremoto’s publishing house. We present the tenth extract of this section, “Vegetal Becomings” by Sara Garzón, from Botanical Readings: Erythroxylum Coca. This publication is a retrospective review of the installation Botanical Readings: Erythroxylum Coca by Ximena Garrido-Lecca exhibited at proyectoamil, Lima, Peru, in 2019.
”What do I have in common with the current fetishizing setting in Buenos Aires and in an LGBT movement that is not me?” asks Florencia Mamani in her third installment of projector “Intersex Andean when not wanting to be fetishized.”
Emmanuel Luis Franco
Shirley La Bombón, a Peruvian trans artist based in Argentina, returns as a reminder and guide in this journey that Emmanuel Franco makes on “Chusma”, an exhibition that refers to the debt of the institutions with ‘the invisible ones’.
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