On the occasion of “Reunión” Performance Festival, which takes place in Honduras every two years in areas protected for their environmental importance, curator Karon Corrales and artist Adán Vallecillo reflect on the possibility of artistic practices as tools for resistance and transformation in the face of the capitalist threat that infringes the territory.
The ZEDE Law allows new companies, countries or sources of investment capital to take over many of the protected areas of our country; exercising their own sovereignty as a State through a violation of the principle of non-intervention and the free self-determination of people.
Amy J. Elias & Christian Morarou, The Planetary Turn. Relationality and Geoesthetics in the Twenty-First Century (EE.UU.: Northwestern University Press, 2015)