Issue 9: After Brazil
Fabiola Torres-Alzaga, Paulina Ascencio
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A conversation between Fabiola Torres-Alzaga and Paulina Ascencio questioning the limits of reality through the cinematographic image and magic tricks
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Después de Brasil
Laboratorio de Arte Alameda
Museo Universitario del Chopo
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Bárbara Wagner, Ana Vaz, Luiz Roque, Cristiano Lenhardt, Benjamin de Burca, Maria do Carmo M. P. de Pontes
César Segarra, Alberto García del Castillo, Susana Vargas Cervantes
Issue 24: Head of Earth
In a collection of essays on images, practices, and discourses of decolonization, Silvia Cusicanqui points out the prolific work of the Kichwa writer and artist Waman Puma de Ayala (1534-1615) for a profound understanding of the events and meanings triggered by the European invasion of the continent of Pindorama, Abya Yala, or America. From 1612-1615, […]
Luisa Villegas G.
On June 28, 2022, the Commission for the Clarification of the Truth, Coexistence and Non-Repetition held a public ceremony in which they shared the various reports it worked on, the result of four years of listening to the stories of victims of the armed conflict in Colombia. To name just one fact, this research determined […]
Artistic pratices that locate stars. An approach to the artistic work of Juan Carlos León
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